Monday, December 01, 2008

HANNA PREVIEW: I Dream of Hanna

I am so excited for the sets being released this month! They are being released this THURSDAY night. I really hope you can make it to the release party on SCS in the Hanna Forum from 9-11 pm (EST). They always do giveaways, and challenges, and in general there is lots of insane and fun chatter!!!

I tried to make this card a little funkier and out of my normal color palette that I tend to use. I absolutely adore how this card came out! These images are just SO fun to color!! Please leave me a comment and tell me what you think. Your opinion matters to me and helps me to become a better designer!!!


I stitched the outside edge of the card in gold thread. Each corner is adorned with a gold brad. The little lamp at the bottom is colored with a gold copic marker and then I used diamond stickles to make it shimmer like it does.

Stamps: I Dream of Hanna (Hanna Stamps) Paper: Orchid Opulence (SU!), Almost Amethyst (SU!), Solar Crest White (Neenah), NRN Designs (Madagascar Paisley) Ink: Onyx Black Versafine Accessories: Gold thread, sewing machine, corner punch (SU!), American Crafts Green Ribbon, gold brads, copic ciao markers, diamond stickles, pop dots

Want to see more of this set??? Check out what Bev, Candice and Sandra created!


8 comments:

Sandra MacLean said...

Amanda! I love these colors! They're not normally in my go to color range either, but they work really well together!

Anonymous said...

oh, man these colors SO work and of course the paisley rocks . This card is great and can't wait to see the set!! ~trish~

Tracey said...

I love these colours! They work so well with this!!

Savor the Journey said...

Shazaaaam!
Amanda ... this is right on!

:o) Bev

Summerthyme Studio said...

Ohhhh MYYYYYY....... She is AMAZING Amanda!! Great Project!!!!

Kristi said...

very very nice, I love it!

Lablady2007 said...

Wow ...did you ever nail that one ..the colors are awesome. Hanna's detail is spot on!
lablady2007@juno.com

Kimberley said...

I love Genie! This is so pretty!