Thursday, August 21, 2014


Hi everyone!  Audrey from the Inspiration Team here with you today to share my newest creation using one of the amazing stamps available at Treasured Times Rubber Stamps.  This is Lilly Mae Cherry Picking clear stamp designed by Jody Stacy and illustrated by  Tracey Malnofski.

Image is colored with Copics after being stamped on Cryogen White paper using VersaFine black ink.  I chose a simple color scheme this time sticking with browns, greens, reds and purples.  This image was great fun to color - I love coloring images with backgrounds/scenary.

For the grass and ground, I chose G28, YG17, YG13, YG03 and G20.
E35, E33 and E53
YR24 and YR21

For the basket E37, E35, E33 and E53

For the tree, I chose E89, E87, E84 amd E81.  I have never really used this combo at all before and think it looks really good for tree bark.

For the leaves on the tree I used a variety of greens G28, G24, G21, G20, G09 and G05; YG17, YG13, YG11, YG09, YG06, YG03 in various combinations.

I also used a variety of reds for the cherries in various combinations R39, R29, R24, R22, R39, R37,R35; RV99 and RV69.

For Lilly Mae's outfit and shoes, I chose purples RV99, RV95, RV93 and RV91 as well as R39, R29 and R24.  I added Staedler pens for the polka dots.

Her hair is YR14, E15 and E18 and skin is my standard skin choices - E04, E11, BV20 and R21 for cheeks.

I found this awesome cherry DP in a 6x6 paper pad in my stash and combined with Bazzill CS.  I cut the image with Nesties as well as the background on which the image is mounted.  I have added buttons from Bag 'o Buttons and sentiment is from Jaded Blossom and cut with Lifestyle Crafts die.  I sure do hope you like it!!



  1. Audrey this is so Sweet I love the coloring!

  2. Your card is very beautiful !!
    I like your Copic-colouring ....
    And that big die ....
    XX Christa.

  3. Love this Audrey! You did such a good job coloring and making this. Thank you so much for such a cute card!

  4. Its a very beautiful card, i like it a lot.
    Hugs Astrid