Hello crafty friends, Sarah here today with the gorgeous Miss Lilly in the garden digital stamp from Little Blue Button Stamps. This can be purchased in store http://lbbstamps.com/product/miss-lilly-in-the-garden-digi-stamp/.
To create this birthday card, I firstly created the background using Brusho Crystal Colour. If you’ve seen any of my work, you may have an inkling that I adore Brushos and just love the many effects you can get with them. I used the colours Alizarin Crimson and Violet, sprinkled on to a wet piece of cardstock. I then crinkled up a piece of cling wrap and sat it on top of the wet card. I left it to dry and then when peeling the cling wrap off the card, it leaves a lovely effect on top of the fantastic, bright colours. Let’s take a closer look…
The Lilly in the garden digi was coloured using Touch Five markers and Stampin Up blendabilities markers. I justlove the detail in this stamp and I could easily use it in varying sizes for a scrapbooking layout about my garden, pocket pages capturing pics of my yard or a number of card options – digi images are just so versatile! The sentiment is from the Kaisercraft Indigo Skies die cut emphemera.
I hope you enjoyed this project and will give Miss Lilly in the garden…or any of the Miss Lilly range a go in your next craft project.