Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Mahalo

First off I think I need to clear something up from my post on Saturday.
I didn't make the trees they are already on the paper. The paper line is from Basic Grey and is called Eerie. I simply cut the piece of 6x6 paper and used half on each card. I WISH I was the one who thought to make the awesome trees like that LOL! Anyway I just wanted to make sure you knew you could get that awesome paper too if you wanted - it wasn't anything I did :)

Today it is windy as all get out and the house is whistling away so I am sitting here thinking no strike that wishing I were someplace warm and calm. This is the best I can do!



The outgoing DT from FCD last term made a booklet out of coasters to give to both Pamela and her sister Ursula to show our thanks for having us for the year and for all that we have learned from them. I made the coaster from the Mahalo set, it is one of my favorites and I loved the way the main image stamped looked on this wonderful Lime Ricky Basic Grey paper I had! After I put it together I felt it needed a bit more so I added the yummy coconut drink from the Fruit Cup set using one of Pamela's die cuts for it. Then a flower again from the Mahalo set that I wish I had a die cut for LOL!. I did the coloring with both Copic Markers, Spica Glitter Pens (on the straw) and Clear Gelly Roll from Sakura. The thank you is a rub on from making Memories. I added a misc. rhinestone to the flower center too -
needed to have some bling on there you know!

Both of them said they loved the booklet!


hugs,

4 comments:

Christina said...

Sorry I haven't gotten back to you. I just received the halloween card and i love it!The group must still have my old address , but lucky for me a cousin moved into the house! I was so stocked when I saw it. It's even better in person!

christina d said...

I love your coaster! It really came out nice. I never think oon designer paper. It looks so nice!

Danni said...

Very nice!

Kathy W said...

great coaster, I thought it was a card at first- very fun!