5.10.2010

FTTC66 – Picture It!

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Hello everyone~

It is time for Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge(FTTC66)!  This week Maki Jones (yes, it’s me!) is our challenge host! She is challenging us to "picture it!"   Now, a photo card is one way of looking at the challenge; however, you can venture off into other avenues as well.  Think magazine pictures, real image designer papers, or take a picture of some of your favorite things and print it out!  The photo does not have to be the focal point of the card, either.  Think layered flowers, borders, tags, etc!  There are also many photo techniques that can be used from altered photos, vellum pictures,  and  faux cloisonné.  Whichever photo option you take, we would love to see what you create with the "picture it" challenge!

 

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For the challenge, I decided to use my photo image papers I purchased for a long time ago when I was still an avid scrapbooker :p I’m glad those papers could still be used again instead of being tucked in the shelf.  I used the real daisy image paper for the background. Instead of coloring the basket from Easter Basket set, I paper pieced with the real bark image paper. The same bark image paper was also attached inside of the card. The main mat was created with Spellbinders classic scallop circle and label 3 Nestabilities. I stamped the daisy image from Gerber Daisies for three times on the classic white cardstock and colored them with Copic markers. Then they were trimmed to fit inside of the basket. I attached the bow on the basket handle and pearls on the punched corners and the sentiment mat.

 

Now, check out what the rest of FOF have created for the challenge!!
 

 

 

Stamps: Gerber Daisies, Easter Basket (Flourishes)
Paper: classic white (Flourishes),  dark chocolate (PTI), photo image papers (DCVW)                                  Ink: Memento tuxedo black, rich cocoa, desert sand (Tsukineko), Copic Markers – E33, Y00, 11, YR14, YG95, 91, W1
Accessories: pearls, ribbon
Tools: Classic scallop circle & Label 3 Nestabilities, corner & border punch

 

Thank you for stopping by~

Maki

17 comments:

Gwen's Busy Little Hands said...

Maki this is absolutely beautiful! I'm going to have to try this picture technique...so glad you shared this with us.

Smiles!
Gwen

Ayana Posadas said...

This is so pretty, Makiko!
I love the pearls and I really like the way you popped up the daisies! Great work! :)

Betty Wright said...

Maki, this is wonderful and so beautifully done! Great challenge and finished look! Lovely card!

Dee Jackson said...

Beautiful Maki! I love the papers you used and I really love how the basket turned out!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Maki this is so BEAUTIFUL!!

Lynette said...

What a beautiful card, and a great challenge!

The Rubber Maid said...

Beautiful card and colored so perfectly. Loved your challenge ! Pat

Barbara said...

Beautiful, Maki! Love how you used the photo as your background--I never thought of that!

Kathy Martin said...

OMGoodness this card is GORGEOUS! Love the basket of flowers and your amazing Copic work! :)

Silke Ledlow said...

Maki..you really got my gray cells going for a while...LOL...but I absolutely loved this challenge!!!

Your card is BEAUTIFUL!!! Love the DP you used and the matching Flourishes Set!!! The punched corners are a fab touch too!!!

Hugs ~S~

Velta said...

Wowzers This is just gorgeous! I love that paper piecing...great use of the popped up daisies too!

LISA said...

You can certainly link any of my tutorials to your blog!! Thank You for asking!! Love your work as well!!
Lisa

Dawn B. said...

Oh my goodness Maki this is awesome.. I had that basket set laying out the other day thinking I needed to use it.. I had in mind strawberries but this is awesome.. Great job..

Leslie Miller said...

Gosh, your paper pieced basket looks as though you colored it! What a great idea! Such a pretty card, Maki. I think you might save papers even longer than I do, but they sure worked beautifully for you today!

Magia da Inês said...

♥♥ Olá, amiga!
Passei para uma visitinha...♥
Gosto do seu cantinho... sempre agradável, criativo e encantador... você é muito talentosa.
Ótima semana! ♥
♥♥ Beijinhos.
Itabira - Brasil ♥♥

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Theresa said...

Maki, this card is just amazing. I love it. I'm going to have to go purchase those daisies - I love them.

Thanks for sharing.

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