Saturday, September 3, 2011

Pink Saturday - Card Tutorial

Hello friends!
Today I have a pink tutorial to share!
A circle card created with various shades of pinks.




I started by cutting 2 5 1/2 inch circles from pink cardstock
 and gluing along one edge to create my card base.
I also cut a 5 inch circle from patterned paper.




Next, it was time to color in my digital stamp.
So I pulled out my pink colored Copic markers and started to color. 




Here is my colored in stamp.
 I used the Ballerina Girl stamp from The Sugar Kissed Cottage.




Then I cut out my image.




I then started layering patterned papers.



I then added a button card stamp from Papertrey Ink and my digital stamp.



I then finished it off with a few embellishments, such as buttons and ribbon.



Visit Beverly at How Sweet The Sound
 to visit the other Pink Saturday participants!


Have a lovely day, Lindsey


21 comments:

Sarah said...

Adorable! I have a card that I need to make this weekend...so I'll give your tutorial a try! Thanks!

HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
Sarah

Nan said...

This is so sweet and I love the image you choose.

busymartha said...

I love your ballet girl, it sure opens up another world having these digital stamps. My only concern is when using copic markers, does your printer ink not run when touched by the them? I went ahead and ordered one of the digital stamps to try your tutorial, thanks Marilyn

Riet said...

What a lovely card.Thank you for the tutorial, don't often see round cards over here. LOvely.
Happy pink Saturday

Margaret Cloud said...

This is such a beautiful card and everything goes together just right. Hope you two have a nice Labor Day weekend and thanks for coming by.

Leann said...

How sweet and vinatge-y. Thanks for the mini-tutorial!

Leann

Jorgelina said...

Adorable!i love your ballet girl.
Happy pink saturday!

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Soooooo SWEET!!! Love the little ballerina girl and LOVE cut-outs and cutting out paper people and items! Great tutorial!
Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
BIG HUGS!
Coralie

Rizzi said...

HI LINDSEY,
SO CREATIVE1!!! I LOVE YOUR CARD, YOU KNOW EXACTLY HOW TO MAKE A CARD, ANY CARD.....IT CAME OUT SO NICE....JUST LOVELY. HAVE A NICE WEEKEND. RIZZI

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

I love this round card! So cute, Lindsey! ♥

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

See that? I never even thought of making a round card before!! Love the idea and of course, it's cute as can be. : )

Theresa said...

You make it look so simple:) It is absolutely gorgeous! Have a blessed Saturday! HUGS!

lorlore said...

Such a sweet card!!!! Great work!!!

Kathryn Ross said...

So sweet! I love it when you post these step by step tutorials. Inspired!
Joy!
Miss Kathy

Pat said...

What a sweet idea for a little girl's birthday card - I'll have to remember that - I've got two young granddaughters who would be thrilled to receive such a nifty card. Thank you for the tutorial.

Dusky Pink Adorer said...

it's beautiful! ;-)

Annesphamily said...

Beautiful image you added to your one of a kind creation. Lovely. HPS Anne

pinkkandy said...

Happy...Happy Pink Saturday..I pray that God will bless you all through out the coming week...
your pinks are so pretty...
God Bless You...
Kandy

Colleen said...

Cute and adorable card
Just stumbled upon your blog early this morning and so glad that I did. :} It's Wonderful. I love Vintage

ColleenB.

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