Saturday, May 7, 2011

Flying Stars

That's the name of this Penny Black wooden stamp I found at Hobby Lobby in a sale basket while I had 30 minutes to spare waiting on a pharmacy prescription!  I saw it, I loved it, I bought it!

Paper: Hero Arts Notecard; PTI Cardstock; Neenah Solar White
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black; Copic Markers
Stamps: Penny Black; Hero Arts (butterfly); PTI (sentiment)
Other: White Enamel Accent; Dimensionals; Glossy Accents; EK Success tag punch; Corner Chomper

I first stamped the "Flying Star" image on white cardstock and coloured it in with copics.  I then assembled the card as shown.  The little sentiment is from the PTI Tiny Tags stamp set. I added some glossy accents on top of the sentiment, it just looks cool in real life.

I the stamped the butterfly twice on white cardstock and coloured each one with Copics.  I adhered the one butterfly directly on the card and then the second on top of the first using dimensionals.  And I added some White Enamel Accents to the top butterfly.

It's National Scrapbook Day, I did not know this until today.  Hero Arts is having an amazing Giveaway, go take a look!  Wishing you a fabulous day!

8 comments:

Barb said...

What a fun stamp, Brenda and you've made it shine here! Pretty card!

Lisa said...

OK- so I'm a bit confused about the "stars", but it's still a really pretty stamp! What a find!I like how you lifted this sentiment and colored your flowers- can't wait to see this IRL :)

jintyoo7 said...

Great find, Brenda. Love what you have done with it.
I just saw the HA NSD prize - so generous - hope I can play this one.

Have a lovely Mother's Day tomorrow :O)

Jacqueline said...

I can see the stars everywhere on this beautiful card, gorgeous Brenda! Hope you are enjoying your weekend and hubby will be back soon!

Jacqueline said...

p.s. love the panel arrangement too!

Rosemary said...

what a pretty stamp, brenda... i can see why you bought it! your card is so pretty...

Dawn said...

Gorgeous card Brenda.. and is that a Lisa butterfly i see?

Stamping 4 Pleasure said...

I saw the above post first. Amazing how you make the same stamp look so very different using colour. Fab.
Hugs, Sandra