I turned this tree from the Nature cling set into a snowy winter tree. I just added a bit of glitter under and on the tree and branches. I sponged around the image and sentiment. The paper is from the Polar Expressions line by Imaginisce.
Here's a closer view of the glittery tree...
The snowflakes were punched with a Martha Stewart punch, and I added a rhinestone sticker to the center of each one.
I've been having so much fun altering these Melissa Frances bingo boards and decided to make one using Emerson Quillin's Wine Princess. This will be going to my cousin and best friend, Jane, because she IS a wine princess! The image is colored with Copics and sponged around the perimeter with distressing ink. Embellishments include: Melissa Frances chipboard (crown); Foo-fa-la buttons; Cuttlebug Red Tag Letter alpha dies; stick pins from Heidi Grace; and gold glass glitter from The Cat's Pajamas, adhered with strips of sticky tape.
Oh what fun it is to shop with a Visa full of credit, eh?! That's what this wine-lovin' Emerson Quillin lady is thinkin'! These images make me smile and bring me joy, and you can see how much fun I had putting together this card. I actually picked up some "leftovers" on my stamp table (snowflake, tree, patterned paper) and it fell into place. The main image is colored with Copics and sponged around the edges for a bit of vintage. The letters are die cut and the buttons are from Foo-fa-la. Be sure to check out From Visa at American Art Stamp, along with Emerson Quillin's other ladies.