Thursday, June 26, 2008

Happy Birthday Princess

Well, Paris was wonderful! It was really a great weekend...I'd for sure love to get back there. It doesn't get dark until almost midnight...we found ourselves out with all 3 kids until 11:25 one night...and it wasn't even dark yet!! It is a beautiful! I'll share a couple of photos as soon as I get them on my computer!

So, here is a little princess birthday card. My daughter is loving orange right I used pumpkin pie and almost apricot. I've forgotten how much I love apricot!! With so many colors to choose from, I sometimes forget to use some of the ones I love! I used the Once upon a Time stamp set from LAD-I love this little princess! It is a great set to have if you have little princesses in your house! For the background flowers I used the new Le Jardin stamp set with pumpkin pie ink. So, I stamped her in black palette ink, then used my SU markers to color her, apricot and pumpkin, blush blossom and creamy caramel. I also lined her dress and such with a glitter pen, so she has some sparkle! The sentiment was stamped in black also, then punched out with the large oval punch. I layered the oval on a ww 1" circle, and then layered that onto an apricot label -from the label punch.
Thakns for stopping by! I'm hopefully going to get some stampin' in today...the laundry is all done from the weekend...yippy! Have a great day!


Ifat Art said...

I don't usually like orange very much.. but this card turned out wonderful!

Soo Cute!

Anonymous said...

She's lovely. I'm a huge orange and apricot fan!

Tina said...

Welcome back! Glad you had a nice time, dd is blessed to have such a talented mom. She's sure to enjoy your creation.

joslyn said...

so cute. i love the orange.

Lisbet said...

I´m just surfing around and looking for some new ideas and projcts.
I came across your side and I think it´s great. Thanks for all inspiration.


Anonymous said...

This is so cute! I'm happy to hear you had such a fun time. I can't imagine the sun setting so late at night.

Happy Birthday to your daugther.