Thursday, February 4, 2010

Love Angel...AKA Cupid...

Theres a great challenge going on over at SCS to create a collage card...I had a scrap stack I found at Walmart a while back for only 4.99 which I got out to make the card with...I think the colors in this stack are so pretty...I layed the different pieces out in a way I found pleasing to the eye then added punched out butterflies and an angel, some bling and ribbon that I threaded through the hole on the tag...Popped some of it up on dimensionals and thats it! This is my second time doing a collage type card..I really had fun with it...TFL!
Supplies: Scrap Pack from Walmart, Pop Dots, Bling, MS Cupid and Butterfly Punch and Ribbon
Ok now I have that song "Cupid Draw Back Your Bow" on my mind... so heres some Sam Cooke....Enjoy!


Susan Raihala said...

You rock collage, Cookie! This is so sophisticated and clean and fun, all at the same time. How do you do it?!?!

Pauline said...

Hi Cookie, liking your card very much :o)


Cherie said...

Hello Cookie,

Thank you for commenting on my blog! Yes, I did draw the girl's face with the heart on her cheek. That was originally created in the ACEO size format, 2.5" x 3.5", for a challenge at my eBay art group. I'm always drawing something!

I've been creating digital art designs for POD (print on demand) sites for quite a while now, like Zazzle and Greeting Card Universe.

I'm finally getting the urge to create handmade greeting cards myself, which I never thought I would. I love creating the look of layers and embellishments using my art program and graphic tablet!

Your cards look so lovely, such classy, elegant style, with not too much going on, just enough for perfection! I love your taste in design.

Well, off I go, doing more research on die-cut machines, cardstock, how-to's and all of that. Another art project for me to get into!

Best and Blessings,

TrishG said...

This is so great! Very elegant and still very clean looking. Lovely jo with all the details.

lynn said...

such an elegant, beautiful card, cookie--you mastered this challenge!