I hope you have all had a great week. I have been super busy this week and not had much time to blog. I have been working on this girl for a few days and just got around to finishing her today. I love this stamp designed by Angie Blom. It is called Beautiful Soul. I wanted to pair her together with a quote that I love.
"Sometimes memories sneak out of my eyes and roll down my cheeks."
It is so true!! So many times I have found myself thinking of someone, and before I know it I have tears streaming down my face. It is so amazing that one little memory can stir up so many emotions. We all have our own little treasure chest of memories.
I used my watercolours and alcohol markers on this project. Then stenciled the hearts and heat embossed them with silver glitter embossing power. I printed the sentiment and glued it in place. I used a little gray gem for her tear I was going for that running mascara tear drop look. I am a crier it does not take much for me to shed a tear. So I know this look only too well ha :)
Thanks so much for stopping by have a great weekend
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the coloring and sentiment is wonderful! TFS & TGIF too!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Thanks for being our GIU girl this week.ReplyDelete
Beautiiful card Mandi.ReplyDelete
This is lovely! The sentiment is perfect and I love the embossed hearts on each side!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! I love the sentiment! Lovely coloring!ReplyDelete
Excellent card. Very movingReplyDelete
Mandi, I LOVE your projects and this one is no exception. So gorgeous and I love the sentiment you used too. Great job!!ReplyDelete
Wow this card really touched me - amazing!ReplyDelete
I totally get that quote!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Mandi and your post was beautiful! Have a great weekend. xoxoxoxReplyDelete
Beautiful card and sentiment.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love the sentiment!ReplyDelete
Stunning creation! Love everything about it!ReplyDelete
She is simply gorgeous! Love everything about her!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, I especially love the stenciled hearts!ReplyDelete
What a lovely creation, Mandi. I saw this on FB but wasn't able to get over to check out your post until this morning. I'm glad I was able to wait for some quiet time to read your story. Thanks for inspiring with your beautiful words and work!ReplyDelete