Friday, 1 February 2013

Pretty Tulips

I'm back today with more cards featuring this week's Hero Arts Twopeas Digikit releases. Today I have cards featuring the Tulip Text kit.
For my first card, I recoloured the image to light green and light pink, did some paper piecing, and die cut into a tag with THIS Hero Arts die. The sentiment is from the other kit released this week, Love in Hearts and Borders.
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And my next card... which features the tulip image in sepia on kraft (one of my favourite techniques). :)
I added a stamped sentiment from THIS set, some paper from THIS yummy MME pad, some seam binding and a delicious gem from THIS set. The notebook die is by Papertrey Ink.
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Lots of pink today. :)
(Well, I do love making pink cards.)
Have a happy day.
x
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Many Thanks

16 comments:

Jeanette M. said...

Gorgeous cards, Lucy! Love the pink!

Barb said...

Yummy cards, Lucy! Love them both but that first one with the pink and green combo is my fave - so gorgeous!

Barb Ghig said...

Your cards are absolutely GORGEOUS, Lucy! Thanks so much for sharing them with us, and for the link to the new digi stamps!

Marisa said...

Tulips are my favorite flower so loving both these cards, especially the first one :)

Sandi said...

Goodness how pretty!

Dotty Jo said...

How lovely! Jo x

Virginia L. said...

Love them both! I like how you show part of the stamp...it's just lovely! Happy February, Lucy!

Holly Saveur said...

GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!

jintyoo7 said...

Oh my, BEAUTIFUL!!!

Billie A said...

Love your choice of colors and the design used. I have to keep this in mind to make a stunning card. Love your work.

Aimes said...

So very, very pretty in pink! Your lovely cards have me longing for spring! :)
Hugs!
x

Ruth G said...

Both cards are so very lovely! That is such a fantastic stamp and you really made it sing!!! I love the stitching, the colors and the fussy cutting on the first one and the watermark effect with that lovely pink ribbon on the second one! Thanks so much for sharing!

Ruth G said...

OK, so PaperCrafts led me astray with the heading that it was stamped and I recognized the stamp so I was going along with it then I saw your supply list after I commented and went back and READ the post and saw that you were using the Digikit! Even cooler since I'm not allergic to the Digikit stamps (I am allergic to the rubber ones.) So nice to see what you can do digitally! Even more wonderful, amazing and lovely!

Renee said...

So beautiful!! Love both of these :)

Michelle said...

So pretty, Lucy!

MarcyK924 said...

Oh Lucy, these couldn't be any prettier or any sweeter! I'm so glad they came out with this digikit because I tried it in Silhouette and your version is much nicer!