Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Make Lemonade

Sometimes, I am in a mood to just sit and color.  Over the weekend I was able to hang out with a bunch of scrappers.  I didn't scrapbook, but instead stamped some images and colored them in (with copics).  I was able to show a newer stamper how to mask images.  When masking, remember the first image you stamp will be the dominant focal point, since you will see the entire image.  In this case, the focal point is the pitcher of lemonade.  
This is such a sweet stamp set.  I think we all are given lemons far too often, but when you turn something sour like a lemon into something sweet like lemonade, well that is something to smile about.  I have a friend going through a rough patch, so I believe this card is perfect to put into the mail.
Head on over to the Lawn Fawn blog to check out more inspiration projects, as well as leave a comment for a chance to win this set.
Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Make Lemonade stamp set
Neenah cardstock
gingham ribbon
copic markers
Spellbinders die template
button
twine

6 comments:

Ann said...

How sweet is this? Love your coloring. :)

Jeanette M. said...

Latisha, your card is adorable! I love your design. I was struggling for an idea for a card for my daughter's Japanese teacher, and as soon as I saw your card I knew what to do! Thank you for your wonderful inspiration! :) (I hope you don't mind my using it.)

snappy scrappy said...

So cute...love it! Lee-Ann :)

Renee said...

This is so beautiful, your masking/coloring is Awesome!!! And the red gingham ribbon is just so eye catching! Love your work :)

Yainea said...

Lovely... The ribbon is a perfect touch!

Alice Pace said...

I love your cards! Great work!

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