December 8, 2010

Hannah, Day 2 and VIDEO

If you are looking for the Tiffany Doodles Blog Hop, click HERE.
Welcome back to our next inspiration card by Hannah: Okay, this has to be one of the absolute SWEETEST cards I've ever seen. Hannah's scene with the mama and baby bird is precious. The sentiment works perfectly, too! Hannah has done a great job with this layout. I love the center panel matted on the darker cardstock and layered on the pink/salmon colored background.
Here is my take. I was especially inspired by Hannah to use some pinks in my card (not my typical go-to color) and to create a very linear card and matted background.
It's also Project Of the Week time over at the blog of my LSS, Mementos which means I have another card and video to share with you. Here's the card:And the video:

Thanks again for visiting and for all of your sweet comments on the blog hop post yesterday! HUGS!
Stamps: Hero Arts (CL428, CL250), Vintage Butterfly (Purple Onion Designs)

11 comments :

Sandra said...

Thanks Jill!
Have a great day.
Sandra

Joy said...

Love your card Jill and the video is fantastic, loving that you are showing how you create you wonderful masterpieces. Hugs my sweet friend.

Lin said...

Beautiful cards today! Love the sentiment on the very last one.

Barb said...

Lovely cards today, Jill!

klaston said...

You always have such beautiful cards. Thanks for the video.

Nancy said...

Loving the amazing inspiration today, Jill! Your videos are so fun...I especially like how you "painted" the Stickles on the butterfly; excellent technique!
bless you...

Hannah said...

What a gorgeous card as always! Thanks also for the video - helpful to know the process. So cool to see you use a paint brush with the stickles. Genius!

donna mikasa said...

Love your take on Hannah's card--it's a mini masterpiece! And another great video! I never thought of using a small paintbrush to apply the Stickles! Thank you!

rcwidow (Linda) said...

JIll, Love your cards and video. Love to watch you create and see the process not just the outcome, Thanks so much for sharing your talent with us. I just started using distress ink this year and love it. Love getting more tips from you!

Alice Wertz said...

love love your gorgeous background. beautiful card. wow!

Doris said...

Love the shading you do on these cards. Terrific!