Monday, July 2, 2018

Sweet Birthday by Carol Hintermeier

Hello Ai Fans!

Today I have two cards to wish a friend a sweet happy birthday!  I used the Cottage Circlet MTF (mini trifold) for both.  Do you ever stamp something twice to have one extra to try out colors and such on?  That's what I did, but was super happy that I was able to use the second one too!


I colored all the images with my Prismacolor Premier Pencils.  Having a sharp pencil makes it easy to color all of the little parts.  I've made a list of the colors I used at the end of this post.  Don't worry about my long list.  I wanted to do some shading, but these would look beautiful colored with fewer pencils too!

I have lots of photos for you see these cards and how they look as you open them.


Isn't this stamp just so beautiful with the details?!!


After opening the first fold:




And the inside, where you can write your greeting:



Here's my second card:



Thank you so much for stopping by for a look and I hope you've found some inspiration for these sweet stamps!

Prismacolor Pencils used:
Spring Green, Grass Green, Kelly Green, Apple Green, Dark Green, Sap Green, Prussian Green, Sky Blue, Carribean Sea, Blue Slate, Non-Photo Blue, True Blue, Denim Blue, Indigo Blue, Light Peach, Jasmine, Yellow Ochre, Sunburst Yellow, Yellowed Orange, Carmine Red, Process Red, Mulberry, Terra Cotta, Chocolate, Sienna Brown, Light Umber, Dark Brown, 70% Cool Grey


5 comments:

  1. WOW.. This is gorgeous! Love the panels and each with a different design. Just lovely! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. These are just STUNNING!! Love the simplicity of the card with the intricate stamp designs!!

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  3. Your green instantly caught my eye. It's my favorite and adds such a beautiful, summery feel to your cards.

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  4. I'm with Reneé, love the green it just adds such a fresh feel to your beautiful card!

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  5. Gorgeous!!!! Yes, I always stamp two images so I can play with the color! How awesome that you were able to use both! They're both really beautiful!

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