2.16.2009

Peaches and Cream snowmen?

Probably not the most normal colors for something like this image but, i received a lot of these from the pif swap because it was small enough to go onto 1/3 sized sheets so way back when I was coloring them i did each of the ones i did color differently and this once caught my attention this morning. the image is from Impression Obsession and was stamped by jknorp. (thanks Janet!) Its colored with prisma pencils and outlined with an gelly roll glaze stardust pen. the blush blossom mat and that pale green (trying to think its an su one) but mind is blank maybe river rock? the mini brads are from Lasting Impressions and have an matt finish to them. the green netting is from my Valentines box (thanks Alison!) the sheer peach tied to it is unknown. the pp is from Basic Grey and the cream under that was punched with an Martha Stewart double scallop border punch and i added some Liquid Pearls to the scallops. the Cardbase is Blush Blossom and 4 1/2 X 6" in real life.
An dimension shot... the bling on the mug did not come through today... ah well maybe the next one.

7 comments:

Karen said...

What a pretty card with such a cute image! Love the coloring and the papers you used. Also really love the liquid pearls...they caught my eye immediately! :> TiikkiStars/Karen

Michelle B. AKA JustPaintingAround said...

Hi Stacy! I wouldn't have thought of peaches and cream for this image but it looks great! Thanks for the color inspiration.

Susan (peebsmama) said...

Such a nice soft color scheme. I like the row of shinys along the scallops

Jennifer said...

Oh my Stacy, this is beautiful. I love the colors and pearls and just everything. SOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL!

Linda M. said...

Great combination, Stacy.

The green and peach really compliment each other. I have to get the liquid pearls, Girl. Enabler!!!

Jennifer said...

Stacy, I'm still admiring the peaches and cream. I just love it. I was wondering if you have any tips or tricks up your sleeve when applying the liquid pearls? Sometimes I get great dots with them....and then other times I get great big blobs and uneven. HELP!

Stampin' Meg said...

SO pretty and dainty,Stacy!