Today I'm sharing a special order that I made for one of our pharmacist. The request was from the others there in the drugstore, to surprise her and celebrate her birthday.
The request was for the standard Mortar and Pestle - but not in a standard way. Her favorite color being shades of purple, they wanted the Mortar to be overflowing with lavender to purple flowers.
Sounds simple but not something that you have just laying around in your stamp collection.
Here is the Mortar and Pestle with flowing flowers.
I was able to take the image and duplicate it with one swag of flowers across the bowl and one more vertical down the right side. I also typed the Happy Birthday on the image design.
After printing I colored the image with my Copic markers and added tiny dots of gold Stickles inside the flowers. Then used the lovely Tattered Lace Nested Beaded Chain Rectangle dies for the image and the floral matting. Lastly I secured both layers to a white cardstock card base, cut to fit the larger mat.
When I saw the 'birthday girl' and she told me she loved the card. She teaches also and has the card there in her office. That always makes you feel great when you know they enjoyed the card.
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I will be entering this card in the following challenges:
Bowl: Y26, Y28, Magnolias: V25, V22, V20, BV13, BV02, BV01, BV00, V17, V15, V12, Limb: E15, E17