Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Gecko Galz for August

Almost forgot about posting these because I got so excited about our September products. My first item is our cross promotion with:

I made the first card, then decided I wanted to pop up the frame so had to make another
- Used light gray card stock from my stash for my card bases.
- Paper used for card fronts is PrimaveraPapers
- The frame and flowers are all from itKuPiLLi_Primavera2_Butterfly and
- The fairy and butterfly are Gecko Galz
  Fairy from Sunny August Images
  Butterfly from La Vie En Rose
- On the first and second card the flowers are popped up
- On the second card I printed out 2 frames and popped up the top one
- The ribbons are from my stash
- I used stickles on my flower middles the fairy wings and on the tips of my butterfly wings
  and in the middle of my butterfly
These are my two samples using the  Tea Time Digital Stamps
Card 1 : Tea For Two
I used cream color cardstock for card base
I used Gecko Galz mori girl paper pack / Shironuri
Image from Tea Time Stamps matted with a light blue cardstock
Blue sheer ribbon from my stash
Card 2: One Lump or Two
I used cream color cardstock for card base
I used Gecko Galz mori girl paper pack / tokoyo mama
Image from Tea Time Stamps matted with a peach cardstock
Peach sheer ribbon from my stash.


Wendy said...

All your cards are beautifully crafted. Love them all. Great use of Gecko Galz collage images!

DonnaMundinger said...

These are just gorgeous, Barbara! xxD

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