This is the day the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.....PSALM 118:24

Monday, March 27, 2017

Each Day Always Holds Beautiful Moments

 Happy Monday all, hope you had a great weekend!!!  This morning I would like to share my last card using the new stamps from Sparkle N Sprinkle's March Reveal, it is using the Bonnet Bouquet stamp set.  I did use both the rubber and digi stamps on this card.

 To start my easel card I used Spellbinder's Fancy Circle dies to cut the card base.  To create the pretty shimmer background paper I covered a piece of heavy cardstock with Nuvo Aquamarine Mousse,  Nuvo Lemon Sorbet Mousse and Nuvo Spring Green Mousse.  Once it was dry It was die cut with Spellbinder's Circle dies.  This really created a beautiful shimmery background for my card.  These mousses are so beautiful be sure to look them up in the SNS store!

Next the image was stamped on top of cardstock that had been prepped with clear gesso for water coloring.  The image was colored using Tombow markers and a aqua brush.  Once dry sparkle was added using Nuvo Small Glue Pen, Waterfall and Sunny Daze glitter. Drops of Orange Marmalade Jewel Drops were placed in the center of the flowers.  The image was fussy cut out and placed on top of the card front.  Small drops of Dandelion Crystal Drops were added around the fancy circle.

For the inside of the card I printed the flower and sentiment from the color digi set which I did enlarge.  The flower was cut using my Silhouette and the sentiment was fussy cut.  Glitter was added to the flower using the small glue pen, Spirited Green and Sunny Daze glitter.  Small drops of Ebony Black Crystal Drops were added to the flower.  

A look at the card closed!

Thanks so much for stopping by be sure to hop over to the Sparkle N Sprinkle store to see all of their wonderful products!!!

Have a wonderful day and remember.......Keep Stamping!!!

Products used on this project:


Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Adhesives:  NuvoSmall Glue Pen (202N), Foam Dots
Dies:  Spellbinder’s Fancy Circles, Spellbinder’s Circles
Coloring Medium:  Tombow Markers

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