Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Tiffany Doodles Sneak Peek- Nicotiana

Hello and welcome to the last day of sneak peeks for TiffanyDoodles!  I hope you've enjoyed the last two flower images.  Without further ado here is sneak three- Nicotiana.

Started with Scarlet Jewel cardstock (PTI).

Added a panel of New Leaf that I heat embossed with Polka dots and punched with a scallop edge punch. 

Printed my image onto white cardstock and colored with R83, R85 and R89 along with YG11, 13 & 17 for my bright stems.  Die cut and mounted using Spellbinders Oval Scallop and regular Nestabilities. 

Added some New Leaf Buttons on the side.

Drew a line with a white gel pen around the edges and stamped my image with Versamark before heat embossing it with white powder.

Well, that is all for me today!  These images will be available in the store on Friday!  Thanks for stopping by.


Supplies used:
Paper: Scarlet Jewel, New Leaf, White Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: Bitty Dot Basics 2009 Papertrey Ink
Stamps: Nicotiana TiffanyDoodles; With Sympathy Hero Arts; PolkaDot Basics II Papertrey Ink
Ink: Versamark Tsukineko
Embellishments: New Leaf Buttons Papertrey Ink; White Satin Ribbon Offray
Tools: Copic Markers; White Gelly Roll Pen Sakura; Scallop Border Punch Fiskars


  1. This is so sweet, Lindsay. I just adore the cluster of buttons! The white pen frames everything so nicely.

  2. Love your projects - BUT - HUGE CONGRATS ON MAKING THE NEXT ROUND OF THE SPELLBINDERS CONTEST!!! YOU ROCK, GIRL!!! Good luck to you!! Hugs, Vanessa x

  3. Those flowers are beautiful, and you've done a wonderful job of showcasing them on this gorgeous card!

  4. What a bold colour scheme you chose and it works - *breathtakingly*!! I love the way you've kept this fairly simple and added so many details - I'm really loving your work Lindsay - it's always a treat!

  5. Great card, and fantastic color choices!

  6. Lovely card with those flowers! They are amazing!

  7. Flowering Tobacco! I love this plant. I grew it summer before last. I had many different colors all growing together. You did a wonderful job coloring these pretty digi images. :)