Sunday, September 29, 2013

Lost in Thought

Lost in Thought 2013
I want to share with you my little guy called MOMENTS, he is one of the Oddly Sweet Curiosities designed by Carmen Medlin for Susana’s Custom Art and Card Design (SCACD) and so you know Susana now has digital images for those who like digi’s and for those who like stamps they also come in stamps.  I want to thank Susana for letting me be a guest designer, I had a lot of fun.
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I stamped the image with Memento tuxedo black ink onto cryogen paper. Cut the image out with spellbinders floral ovals. The paper used is 6x6 create paper pad.
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My corners are SCACD Classic corners and I cut out 4 of them. Added Hero Arts Hero Hues to the upper left and right side. The ribbon is from American crafts. Viva pearl pen color is red.
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Added an insert for a written message. This sentiment comes with the stamp and I love what it say and I think it is perfect for the little guy who is so deep in thought. Placed a couple of SCACD classic corners on the inside.
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These are the copic markers used to color the image. I do hope you can tell but I did add some shimmer spritz color sparkle. On the background I use crafterswork shop TCW 6x6 template called mini butterfly meadow. I do hope you can see them?
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Thanks so much for stopping by. I’m still out of town. My SIL is starting to do much better, today she started to eat by month and that is a super big step. Also her hand movement on both hands has gotten better, on Tuesday she is going to go to a Rehab Hospital here in Austin I think it is called St David’s. I do thank everyone for all the support and prayers.
AA PATRICIA ST MARTIN - SIGNATURE

12 comments:

Darcy Schroeder said...

Hi Pat! What a darling card and I sure do love your background (LOL).
And yes, I could see your beautiful pattern. Great card and great news about your sis-in-law! Every day should get better and better!

Hugs
Darcy

Olga said...

He is so cute!!! Your papers and coloring just take this card over the top!!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

What a fun and fabulous creation Pat! Awesome coloring and design inside and out! Where do you find time to craft with tending to your SIL ... so glad she's starting to show improvement ... will continue to keep her in my prayers!
I never think to use my Viva Pearl Pens ... thanks for the inspiration! Hugs to you my friend!

Sandy said...

What a happy wonderful card Pat. Your background paper is gorgeous and what a cute, cute image. I have to run, I have to go get lost in thought!
Sandy

Janet McLaughlin said...

Hi Pat, love your card! I have these stamps, too, just haven't had time to use them! Love, love love your background! I see the butterflies in the background. It is so subtle and just perfect for this card!
I'm so happy to hear the good news about Georgianna! I hope each day just gets better!

Linda Palmer said...

Fun image Pat. Beautiful coloring and fun design. Love those corners on the inside of your card, beautiful!

Berni Cuttino said...

Oh, la la, this is so darn cute, sweetest image and fantastic colors and design. Great composition. So excited that your sister is on the road to full recovery.
Blessings

julieprice3 said...

How sweet, love the cute image, nicely done
Hugs Julie P

Pia S said...

What an adorable image, Pat, ans such a sweet pink creation! Wonderful coloring, love how you made the sky and grass!

Penny said...

Such good news about Georgianne! So happy to hear that! :^)
Love this fun little image--such an odd duck, but so cute! Love your scene & coloring. Love the beautiful die cuts, gorgeous DP, great design & wonderful sentiment! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

Such a cute and quirky little guy! Love the whole card - the background for the image especially :)
So glad to hear your SIL is improving daily.

Corysnana1 said...

I am so happy to read the positive news about your SIL, Pat. She has been in my prayers daily - and will remain there.
Hugs to you, Cathy xx