6 February 2011

60s Mod Ivy

This is the card I have made form my Aunt. I have used Lil Lolita's 60s Mod Ivy by Tickled Pink Stamps and coloured her with Copics and cut out, she has been mounted to circles cut out using a Nestabilities circle die. This has then been added to card blank with strips of paper on it from the DCWV Linen Closet Stack, the bottom strip is Bazzill Kraft which has been punched with the Stampin' Up scallop border punch. A row of MME Lush rhinestones added to one of the strips and the greeting stamped from the PTI Birthday Bash Sentiments set. I hope she likes it!

STAMPS: Tickled Pink Stamps, Papertrey Ink. INK: Memento Tuxedo Black. TOOLS: Nestabilities, Stampin' Up! Scallop Border Punch, Copic Markers - skin: E0000, E000, E00; hair: E13, E17; dress: BG000, BG10, BG11, BG18; boots & belt: E25, E27. EMBELLISHMENTS: My Minds Eye Lush Rhinestones.


  1. Fabulous card hun! I'm sure you're Aunt will love it!
    The image is great and superbly coloured and I love the layout.

    Sarah xx :0)

  2. What lovely card, Michelle!
    Hugs, Francesca.

  3. Love the image, very retro! Fab layout too. Hope your feeling better, missed seeing your creations xx

  4. Gorgeous card, I'm sure it'll be loved. The layout looks great and what a cute image :)

  5. wow! fab design! fantastic card. love love it!!

  6. Lovely card you have made here Michelle this image is lovely,and you have coloured her really well. Audxx

  7. Seriously cute card - she'll love it.

  8. Oh I love this one whta a fab layout. I will Have to CASE this one me thinks :)

  9. aaah this is cute Michelle, love your colouring, loving all the other recent creations too, enjoy your weekend hugzz xx


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