Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Heartfelt Wednesdays...


Today I'm sharing a card that was totally inspired by the Going Home Celebration aired this past Saturday for Whitney Houston.  I was inspired by the love that was showered upon her beautiful spirit during the ceremony. I know God's plan was to take her home that day and I pray her family finds comfort in knowing the gifts she leaves behind far outnumber the challenges she faced throughout her short life on earth.  God rest her soul...

One of the most powerful moments for me was hearing Donnie McClurkin sing...STAND...Beautiful, Touching and Inspiring...Please take a listen...

Directions for my Tribute Card:


HCPC 3447 Window Accents Precut Set
HCPC 3455 Butterfly and Lilies Precut Set
HCPC 3450 Cross and Lilies Precut Set
Zip Dry Glue

Other:
Copic Xpress It Card
Memento Tuxedo Black
VersaMagic Wheat
Copic Markers:  V000, 04, 91and BV02
Teal Ribbon
Black Micron Pen
Flat Back Pearl
Teal/Silver Microfine Glitter
Glue Dots

Directions:  Begin with A2 card base (top fold).  Corner punch bottom left corner of card.  Create a circular mask with scrap paper.  Stamp woodgrain image within the circular mask from right edge of card using VersaMagic Wheat ink.  Apply Circular bling sticker then apply teal/silver microfine glitter over sticky adhesive along bling.  Stamp butterfly onto white cardstock with Memento ink and color with copic markers.  Cut out and set aside.  Stamp sentiment onto white cardstock then cut out and create a ribbon cut along outside edge. Curl sentiment "flag" with a stylus or other round tool.  Distress card base edges and sentiment edges with wheat ink.  Attach sentiment with glue dot.  Apply ribbon decoration, bling and colored butterfly.  Finish the card off by drawing the antenna and the stitches around the bling. 

4 comments:

  1. I adore this card! Love the way you did the ribbon!

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  2. This card has such a pretty color combination. I love how you did the ribbon. Very lovely. Sorry I am so late, but I am trying to catch up after my trip!

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