(Sorry, I couldn't resist.)
This month I had the pleasure of being the guest designer for Cocoa Daisy. The May kit, "Graffiti Bridge," is really quite lovely.
mist rather than paint. I also used the exclusive scallop stamp from the kit (above), embossing the image for a bit of added texture.
a tutorial on the Two Peas blog a few weeks ago.
It amuses me that the same kit that can be used to create a pink, prom-themed layout can also be used to create this page as well.
I painted the Amy Tangerine alphas (above) using a JBS Speckled Egg paint dabber. I also used the exclusive scallop stamp again (below). This stamp is definitely a keeper!
I also put together a few cards using the kit. Yes, cards -- can you believe that a few years ago I was actually card-phobic?
This first card is a simple one. As beautiful as the Amy Tangerine floral paper is to begin with, I enhanced it a little more by painting some of the flowers with pink, yellow, and orange mist. I'm planning on including it with a Mother's Day gift.
All in all, it's a lovely month at Cocoa Daisy. This kit was so much fun to work with -- and don't even get me started on what the incredible Cocoa Daisy design team did with it. You simply must see for yourself!