Monday, January 14, 2013

Prickley Pear CHA Blog Hop Day #1!

Hello and Welcome to Day #1 of the Prickley Pear CHA Blog Hop Day #1!  We are excited to share with you the new red rubber images for Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps!

If you have arrived from Lucy's blog you are right on track!  If not, you will want to start hopping from the Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps blog.  Leave a comment on each blog along the way to be eligible to win a fabulously floral PRIZE!  We will randomly select a comment each day for the prize, which will be announced on 1/20/13!

I used My Mind's Eye papers to showcase this beautiful image which was colored with copic markers.  I added some faux stitching and candi dot embellishments to finish my card.



MaxineD said...

Love this Michelle - the faux stitching is a fabulous touch.

Basslady said...

what a cute masterpiece! fantastic!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Krisha said...

I love that little bird stamp! Everybody that used it did a fantastic job! well, so did everybody else, I just like that stamp! LOL

Jenn said...

CUTE card Michelle! Love your coloring!


chillin with Quillin said...

adorable card, love your coloring !!!

Elin Larsson said...

Sweet card with a touch of eastern!
Love it!

Marianne Barkman said...

Charming card. i love it. Thanks for sharing and being a part of this hop, i am your newest follower

Lucy Chesna said...

gorgeous card

jennifer said...

what a lovely card, there are so many wonderful touches and the coloring and papers are marvelous!

Kina Nunziante said...

Beautifully done. Lots of detail. And I love stitching on cards!

tammy said...

How in the world do you achieve faux stitching like this?? WOW!!! You ar esuch a professional at coloring the stamped image!! Thank you for allowing me to glean from you!! be blessed
~Beyond Measure

JoAnn Holewinski said...

I love the pink and brown. A great job, as usual!!

Elise Forte said...

Lovely use of color! I lvoe the sentiment and the clean, professional layout of the overall piece. The coloring is great and I love the stitching! Great job!