Having Julie's darling newly released So Matcha stamps, and die set in my studio made it easy, and fun, to incorporate those fabulous colors!
My card started with a heat embossed panel from Hero Arts, some very easy and quick coloring with matching Distress, and Distress Oxide inks...
Then on to a bit of stamping, coloring, and die cutting with this darling little Japanese girl ... I love her 'so matcha!'
Thanks for stopping by today! Shall we head to The Classroom to see the Second Take? I should say so ... it's Lisa Adametz! woo hoo, and I can't wait!
Now, that is just as precious as can be. The background evokes the colorful kimomos beauifully and that darling geisha just makes the heart happy. Lovely card.
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What a stunner, Michele ... gorgeous background colouring ... soft and lovely, just like those oh so sweet images! Hugs, Anita :)
Oh my goodness my friend you rocked your first classroom post! My heart is so full to you right now. Awesome background and such a sweet sweet card! xo
Michele, what a fabulous background you painted and your stamps are wonderfully highlighted. Congrats on your first post with EH.
totally fabulous Michele! Love love what you have done with this sweet set!
That is the perfect background for your bright and happy card!💕
So nice to see you in the CLASSroom! And I absolutely LOVE that background. Reminds me of kimono fabric--so pretty!!
Wow! I need some time in that classroom for sure to learn how to do this! Soooo pretty!
This is absolutely spectacular!! Your colors and design are so pretty. BRAVO sweet friend on your classroom debut!!
Congrats on your first classroom post, Michele!!! And with such a fabulous card! Love the rainbow background so matcha!!!
I love your heat embossed stamping and your watercoloring. Such a fun and colorful background for your sweet kimona girl. TFS your creative and fun card, Michele. Hugs...
Oh my gosh, another darling card, Michele! I love all the fun colors and how it looks like this sweet little girl tossed the umbrellas in the air, and they are cascading back down toward the ground...so CUTE :)
It is so heartwarming to see your name on the Ellen Hutson banner, Michele...I can't begin to tell you how proud I am of you! I'm really looking forward to many more posts with your beautiful and creative designs! Bravo, my friend!!!
Wow, gorgeous distress ink and distress oxide ink watercoloring, Michele! The colors you used and the way you watercolored are soooo beautiful! And what a great way to add those umbrellas! They make the card look so fun. No wonder the little Japanese girl is all smiling! Hideko xx
The lines on the flowers match the ribs on the umbrellas and with the lovely watercoloring make a perfect backdrop, Michele. Congrats on your Classroom post.
Gorgeous in every way! Wow!
This is so pretty!! I LOVE the background and the fun umbrellas!!
Amazing background--love the colors! This is such a wonderful card for your Classroom display, so beautifully done!!
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