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Thursday, October 29, 2015

Glitter orchid

Hi everyone:

Enjoying your week so far?   I am having a good one!  And I am very happy to share a card I made for my DM's birthday.  It's doesn't have any stamping on the card front, I am going write in the inside.



The orchid flower is cut using Hero Arts Orchid Cutting Set by Lia on glitter paper.  And I use Copic markers to darken some areas and added the veins.

Here's a couple close ups:



Isn't this die set lovely?  You can get it at a2z Scrapbooking Supplies, plus a whole lot of other Hero Arts products.  Use my promote code Cindy15 to obtain 15% off any purchases 25$ and up (excluding shipping).  Don't know the link?   Just click the Shop at our store a2z Scrapbooking button on the right side bar.


Challenges:

Simon Says: Anything Goes

The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge


Supplies:

Hero Arts Orchid Cutting Set by Lia
Sizzix Embossing Folder Cornflower & Posies Set
Elizabeth Draft Die Triple Leaf Set
Copic markers (R39, RV66)

Thanks for stopping by.  I wish you a lovely day!!

7 comments:

Virginia Lu said...

This is GORGEOUS, Cindy! I didn't even know this die cut set existed! Your Mom is going to love it! I like how you used the embossing folders and left the sentiment inside. Totally lovely!

Kara Lynne said...

What a beautiful, sparkling orchid! So much texture and depth to your flower and your whole card! I love the veining you created on your orchid!

Barb Ghig said...

This is really gorgeous, Cindy! The flower is so beautiful and I love how you added details with your Copic marker! Love the embossed panel, and all that lovely sparkle, too! Your DM is going to adore it!

Sue McRae said...

That is one beautiful flower in all its sparkling glory! Love the fresh feel of this card and the texture from the embossing.

jenn shurkus said...

beautiful! i love all the sparkles :) thank you for playing with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!

Niki G said...

So, so, so gorgeous Cindy! Love the sparkles and the added details in the flower petals.

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, this is gorgeous!