Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sweet Maya

Happy Wednesday evening my lovelies! Don’t you just love these summer hours that I am keeping :) Well, next week the kids go back to school so I am hoping to have a bit more structure to my blog posts and start on some more videos! It is impossible to do them when they are home all the time!

Today I am sharing a card made with Sweet Maya ~ our new wee character over at Whiff of Joy. This image is called Apron Full of Flowers and is from our June release. I haven’t had the chance to post this card. I had made it about 2 weeks ago :)

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Maya was colored with Copics and cut out using a Spellbinders Label die. While the die was still on the paper, I sponged Antique Linen Distress ink onto it. Love the crisp white border that can be achieved this way.

I used paper from a My Mind’s Eye 6x6 paper pad and went crazy with the flower embellies and ribbon! The leaves were made using a Martha Stewart Punch.

There is a tiny tag attached at the right side and on the left side there is a larger tag that can be pulled out. They are made with the WoJ Fancy Tag die. Here is the larger one pulled out:

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I used the gorgeous Vintage letter set to stamp this ornate letter onto the tag using Versafine Sepia ink.

Here are some links for you:

If you are loving all the Whiff of Joy metal dies, there is a super duper sale on right now!

Plus new Wedding Digital Images

Kiss the Cook August Release

New Vintage style Charms


all of these available at the Whiff of Joy Online Store right now!


Hugs Jeanette xxo


Kelly Schelske said...

Gorgeous Jeanette!

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

WOW!!! How adorable is that? You are so clever to add the tags. Just lovely!!!!

debby4000 said...

Oh love your gorgeous card Jeanette, beautiful image.

Fleur said...

HUGZ Fleur xXx

mgoll88 said...

Wow, thats a really wonderfull card creation, looks very nice =)


Kellie said...

This is gorgeous and the papers and flowers are just so suiting to this little cutie! xx


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