Today's Featured Stamper on Splitcoast is Kim, Luv Flowers. Kim is a design team member for Mark's Finest Papers. She is on the Speedy Fox Blog Team. So, you know I had to play...and I had to break out some of my MFP too! I reached way back into Kim's gallery to 2008, for a very simple design that would work for me. I chose this card to case. I hope she doesn't mind that I dug so deep. The Saturday challenge for Speedy Fox and Friends (Kim's design team) is to make a birthday card. Hey, I can do that! My card is fairly self-explanatory. I stamped my crocus and colored it with Copic markers. I'm still learning about these markers, so forgive me. I cut out my image and popped it up over some designer paper and an embossed card base. I finished it off with a little organdy ribbon, an embossed sentiment and some rounded corners.
I'm going to keep this short and sweet as the wind is blowing in my neck of the woods and I am wondering if we are going to get to keep our power. I hope so, but if not, I am prepared. I'm going to start my laundry so that I can have some clean clothes for work tomorrow, too!
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Details - Stamps: Winter Crocus (MFP), Background Fun (MFP); Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Night & Day Specialty dsp; Ink: Tuxedo Black, Versamark; Accessories: White ep, heat tool, stripes ef, Nestabilities, copics, white organdy ribbon, corner chomper, stampin' dimensionals.