Sunday, January 11, 2009

Elzybell sneak peek day 3!!

Ok, don't freak out, but I actually used Orchid Opulence on this card (some people are not big fans of this SU color!)!!! I think it goes pretty well w/ bashful blue. I used watercolor pencils and an aquapainter pen to color in this sweet little teddy. My oldest son asked if he was supposed to be Winnie the Pooh, hehe! Used my label 1 nesties (love 'em!) and added piercing and faux stitching around the orchid layer and then adhered it with pop dots. For the gingham, I used a craft knife and cut a small slit next to the main image and threaded it through so it's actually behind the orchid layer. The "x's" and "o's" and sentiment are also new and will be available tomorrow on the Elzybell site!!!! WAHOOOOO!!!! Thanks for checking in! I'm working on a couple more cards and hope to have at least one more posted later!





11 comments:

Charlene Austin said...

Ok, I have to admit that purple is a little too much like Papertreys Plum Pudding which is not my fav....BUT I think I might need to go pair it with blue and show some love! This is gorgeous and the colors ARE great together. Love it. Fab photo too!!

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Rachel Hope said...

Ahhh, sooo cute!

Michelle said...

I LOVE the colour combo Angel, your faux stiching looks great too and I love the nesties (I'm eagerly awaiting these to be back in stock!!) Great card, I LOVE it! x

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

This is totally cute. I am loving these new Elzys. Great use of the OO too. :0)

Kim said...

I think it's a gorgeous colour, I love it, and the card is super duper!!!

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

Ahhhh, so cute and snuggly! I use Orchid Opulence alot, so not scary to me! Hugs,

steph said...

Great card Angel and the colours look fab together! :) x

Jackie Pedro said...

I am NOT a fan of OO, but it looks beautiful with Bashful Blue!! Love this new Elzy image!!

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