Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Pinata Marci Birthday Card

If you have lost count of how many projects so far posted from the La-la Land 2 day Craft Workshop, this one is project number 8 - we are more than half way to the finish line showcasing all the projects. This is a colorful, fun, happy card made using the newly released Pinata Marci Stamp There is a Pinata Luka Stamp also available found here All dies used are from the La-la Land on line store found here. A couple of the obvious dies used for the background: The Wrought Iron Fence and Large flourish.
Here's a closer look at Pinata Marci as a Brunette (not a Blonde as originally planned). Notice the Headband: love how it was planned to be textured using a variety of colorful "dots".  The candies are also colorful "dots".
Here, you can see the clouds from the Sun, Cloud, Island Die behind the pinata. Just three of them is enough for this scene. Notice the center of the Pinata: those "dots: made by a variety of Green Copics really give this element some nice dimension.
 I love these flowers made using the Lotus Die. Just layer then and add pink adhesive rhinestones.  Candy Time stamped message is part of the stamp set. You can see the Grass Border die layered twice for dimension behind the flowers.

Card inside........of course, there's decorative paper mats and the newly released Birthday Flag (see the darker color off set to give some dimension?).  The leaves are from the Open Leaf Flourish die and the flower was made using the Water Lily Die. Love that adhesive pink rhinestone.
This is a really nice girly card to make and give.....................stay tuned for more projects to come..........


Lynn said...

This card is so festive and brings back the sweet memories of my childhood when pinatas always meant exciting fun. The colors and coloring on this card are fabulous. Thanks for putting a 'bang' in my really 'hit' the creative spot!

Jan Castle said...

Another cute card Patti!

eunice said...

So colorful and festive! This Pinata Marci image is just adorable...really like the dotting technique to create design and add dimension...very effective...will you teach me how?

SuiLan said...

This card is just too adorable!