Friday, April 16, 2010

A Little Bit of Magic


This is one of the new SU sets from the Summer mini, A Little Bit Of Magic. Colored image in markers and used today's technique of the "out of the box" framing. Real Red, Whisper White, Basic Black, and Kraft cardstocks also used. Log Cabin and Gold Smooch Spritzes were also used on the embossed Kraft cardstock.
About the Smooch Spritzes...
These sprays come in four colors~ Log Cabin, Gold Glow, Silver Foil, and Vanilla Shimmer. Just spritz onto your cardstock for a shimmery splatter. You may want to take a few practice sprays onto a scrap piece first, unlike me who sprayed first and thought second. I wanted it a bit lighter but it's okay this way too. I sprayed mine outside. Stampin' Up will also have a cardboard shield for use indoors because this can get messy. If the spray tip should clog, just run under warm water.
Love this product and can't wait to play around with it a bit more!!

10 comments:

jdmommy said...

I do love the out of the box look, and that flower is fab!! Great job with the new SU set.......you enabler!!! Hugs!

Wanda Cullen said...

Joanne, the spritzed BG looks awesome...can't wait to try some of the Smooch products! Great coloring and love the out of the box technique...I haven't tried it yet with Nesties. I've only used CM's cutter system.

Crystal said...

OOO Joanne love how you did your kraft background, fabulous...What a great new SU image too!!! Wonderful creation sweetie!!!

Edna said...

Love this image, looks gorgeous all shaped up and poking out too! The background was the perfect choice for this little creation!

Betty Wright said...

Fabulous coloring and I LOVE the spritzed background! Great look and so cute, too!

Sara said...

Oh my gosh, that image is absolutely adorable! And your card is amazing as usual!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Love that background - wonderful!

Francie G. said...

Love the way you did the wonderful background! Fabulous coloring of the image! Beautifully done, Joanne!

Peggy said...

Love the background! The perfect image to use with this technique! Gorgeous!

Karen Barber said...

LOVELY Joanne!! Now I can't wait to get my set like that!! :) thanks for the inspiration!!~