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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Brotherly Love

Hello!  Popping in to share the card I made for my brother's birthday.  I've used Tempest of Ice from Stamps by Aurora Wings.  Visit Mitzi's esty shop HERE for this digital stamp and many more!  I colored the image with Copics and cut it using the Classic Long Rectangles Nestabilities (Spellbinders).  The dies behind the image are from Fancy Tags Two (Spellbinders).  I recently received some happy mail from a dear crafty friend of mine!  In my package of goodies was four containers of Fran-tage!  This was my first experience with the embossing powder and I am now officially obsessed!  I sprinkled and heat set some Shabby White around the image here.  The only embellishment I added were four Tim Holtz metal corners.

I love to give cards for people; it's my thing.  I always have, even before I started making my own.  I know not everyone shares my passion.  Or my sentimentality for saving mementos.  I'm aware that many a store bought card, and *gasp* maybe some handmade ones too, have ended up in the trash.  So when my brother opened the card, removed his gift (cash!  lol), and handed the card back to me, it was actually the nicest thing he could do. Ah, brotherly love.

Markers used: Copics (E00, E11, E21, E23, E31, Y28, N0, N2, N4, N6, B32, B34, R20).

- Created with Love Challenges: #81-For the Love of Critters
- Digi Makeover Challenge: #139-Anythng Goes 
- Crafting From The Heart: #17-Anything Goes   



Robin said...

Totally cool image! I love how you made the snow storm around them and the wolves are awesome. Hugs, Robin

Blossom Cards said...

lovely card and image thanks for sharing with cwl Rachel dt

Lady Bug Stampers said...

Oh this is stunning love this image. and the embossing is wonderful.
Thanks so much for joining us this week at Created with love challenges.
Linda K. DT

caroline said...

Stunning, thank you for joining us at cwlc, good luck
Caroline dt

Unknown said...

What a lovely project.Great colors. Thanks for playing at Crafting from the heart. We hope to see you next time. Good luck.