Thursday, March 11, 2010

March Designs from Jessica Lynn Originals

Here are some very Beutiful Designs from our Design Team for the month of March using Jessica Lynn Original stamps.

Wow here we are in March already and I'm back with another DT project. Again we have kindly been given 2 gorgeous digi images from Jessica Lynn Originals. When I first saw this image it immediately reminded me of World War II. I decided that this would be my theme and I would go with a sepia tone and distressed finish.
In the UK the poppy is our symbol of remembrance and is used by the Royal British Legion who support our war veterans. I made my poppy from white tissue paper, coloured with a poppy red promarker and edged in black and dusted with black glitter. I thought it is away of uniting the USA and UK together.

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Card - Ivory Hammer card (paper mill shop).
Image - Jessica Lynn Originals.
Colouring Medium - Pro-markers: Tan, Caramel, Sandstone, Cinnamon and Shale. Poppy red and black.
Extras - White tissue paper (ebay), Black glitter (doodlebug), black button (old trousers) and gems (anitas).
Ink - Versafine Onyx Black (for distressing).

Thank you so much to Jessica Lynn for sponsoring us again this month and for this wonderful image to work with.


These cards are for Operation Quiet Comfort and Operation Write Home. This months digi stamp is just perfect for both. Here are some of the cards I have made. Operation quiet comfort gives cards and needed personal supplies to wounded soldiers in the hospital overseas. Operation Write Home sends blank cards to soldiers to send home to their loved ones. We also make cards for soldiers that need some mail, and to know someone is thinking of them.


JAN said...

wow these cards are just fantastic.. i adore the poppy and love the colouring on the second cards...both these are stunning and memorable indeed..

Lori said...

I LOVE this card. Here in the US, we use the poppy also as a sign of rememberance. That flower just pops on this card. LOVE It!