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Sister Stamps Release #20 -- Harumi

Hello again!  Welcome back to another preview day of Sister Stamps Release #20. 

Today, I'm sharing my Harumi card.  She is sweet too.  I kept this very simple because I love this embossing folder with the branches and flowers.  I rubbed on some white ink to highlight the branches and then colored in some of the flowers with a Copic pen.  She looks like she is enjoying a day under a pretty tree. 

Actually, I thought all the girls would look pretty under this tree so I made a couple more and made this into a set of notecards.  You might notice that I colored exactly the same flowers on each card.  I liked the placement of the colors so I kept them the same! 

Be sure to check out the rest of the DT and their creations!
Jenny (Sister Stamps)
Debi
Linda
Linda's You Tube Channel

I'll be back tomorrow with another project to share.  Thanks for visiting!


Comments

Leanne said…
Great idea Eva! The kraft cardstock is the perfect choice for these. Super adorable set!
Love your shadow spots too.
^.^
Super cute once again Eva... You nailed their showcasing. Great pointers to share to all that want to case your cards/projects on all your creations that you make.
Christine said…
You card is SO pretty! It's simple and perfect! Which embossing folder is that?
Rachel Parys said…
What a great idea for a set of CAS cards!! That embossing folder is perfect!!
Jo said…
OMGosh these cards are adorable! Love the kraft paper.
Jazzmom said…
Love the embossing folder ... all the girls look so cute under the the tree. I especially love how you created the shadow under each girl. Makes it look so realistic! Thanks for sharing!
These are all super cute CAS cards with a nice focus on Minako, Misaki, and Harumi.
Cheryl said…
Gee, I guess I missed commenting on a lot of posts! Cute set of notecards! That embossing folder is so pretty! Looks neat, like a chalk effect!

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