Saturday, April 2, 2011

April Showers....

Hello Everyone!
 I want to thank all of you
who left a comment on yesterday's post... Sorry
you guys don't have the Imagine... But I figured
it out! I think! LOL Apparently.. you can not use
the Gypsy files you've already created? I don't like that
idea... And if you can I haven't figured out how... BUT...
I just Re-did what I already had saved and input it into
my Imagine/Gypsy file... Does that even make sense?
Probably not! :o) Either way I spent a good couple of
hours yesterday trying to make this card with the I and
I DID IT! YESSSS! My husband asked me how many cards
I had gotten done and I Laughed and said 1! LOL
That's not normal for me! :o) But I did get it made
and here it is... I hope you guys like it! :o)


Well what do you think? Not Bad? Eh? :o)
Ok here are the specks....

Black Card Stock - Stampin' Up
Everything else I used my Gypsy & Imagine!

Background Designer Paper was a 6x6 square using
the Imagine Shape and the Imagine More
Cartridge Dots Designer Paper
Cartridges - Pooh Font (Pooh Bear) Cut @ 3"
Using RGB Codes to color him and his Red shirt
Shirt was cut out 2x's
Pooh & Friends (Rain Drops) Cut @ 2 1/2" (4x's)
Used RGB codes to color
(Umbrella) Cut @ 2 1/2" Used RGB Codes to Color
(Umbrella top) Cut @ 2 1/2" using the Imagine More Cards
Cartridge for the designer Striped Paper
(Clouds) Cut @ 2" (2x's)
Zooballoo - (Grass) Cut @ 1" (2x's) Including the Shadow
Using RGB codes to color them green shades

Here's a side view to show you the added dimension I used...
I really wanted things to POP! :o)


I even did the inside....I used my word program
for the sentiment and I used RGB codes to
color the flowers which are from the
Create a Critter Cartridge Cut @ 1 3/4" (3x's) for the
grass/stems and (6x's) for the purple buds

 And a close up of the Dimension I did on the flowers...
It turned out better than I had pictured it and designed it! :o)

My plan is to add a sentiment in the front to
say April Showers... But I don't have that type of
stamp... Maybe I'll find a rub on or something..... :o)

I'm also putting this into a couple of Challenges:
BBTB2 - Disney Theme
http://heather-bittenbythebug2.blogspot.com/
My Sherri Crafts - April Showers Theme
http://myshericrafts.blogspot.com/
Fantabulous Cricut - April Showers (Create a
project using an Umbrella or Hat)
http://fantabulouscricut.blogspot.com/

I hope you guys like it.... It took a lot of work on
my part and I'm happy with the outcome... See ya
back here tomorrow with another crafty project!
Have an AWESOME DAY!!!
Theresa

26 comments:

Nikki T said...

This is super cute. I Pooh Bear! I'm still on the fence about the Imagine. I'm glad when I see projects being made with it.
Nikki
www.theglamoroussideofscrapping.blogspot.com

iluvmybugs said...

Great card Theresa!! Love the flowers and how you made them 'pop'!!
Hugs,
Terry

Jovan said...

This is so cute Theresa. I love that little Pooh!

girlia said...

Awesome job on the card Theresa

Sharon said...

Oh My Gosh!!! I love it! Just love it!!!! You did
a fantastic job!!! And you did the inside! I love
it, too!!! Guess I can just forget entering my project over at BBTB2 now. You have so nailed this one for sure!!! :)

Stephanie said...

Pooh is so cute. I love the whole card. Fantastic.

Crayola58 said...

I love anything Pooh. Great card.Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.
Carole

Ms. Daiquiri said...

Too cute!! Any project with Pooh on it is a sure winner at my house!! Great job.

**Treefrog** said...

This is so stinkin Cute, love all the dimension you added, and got the inside finished too, way to go! I always have a hard time on the sentiments, lol! So glad you joined in at BBTB2 this week!
((Hugs)) Theresa

DonnaMundinger said...

Adorable both inside and out! Great work with the I, another thing I haven't had much time to play with. This is very inspiring though so maybe... Anyway, thanks so much for joining us at BBTB2. xxD

Heather said...

Awww, so cute and sweet! I just love this! Thanks for playing with us at BBTB2!

Jennifer said...

Very cute. I posted it over at Craftsbyjen.com with a link back to your website. Have a wonderful day, Jennifer

Larelyn said...

Oh, Pooh is just sooooo cute. What a great job you did with the G and I! Thanks for sharing at FCCB.

P.G. Lamb said...

I just love Winnie The Pooh! This card is adorable!

BugBites said...

Super Cute- I love your work. Hope to see more of it- TFS with us at FCCB.

Tanya said...

I am so, so very impressed! This turned out so great, worth every bit of the time and effort you put into playing with your gypsy/imagine! I HAVE to sit down and figure all of that stuff out...sigh...one day. In the meantime...you go girl! Awesome card!

suevan911 said...

Just adorable, love the inside too! Thanks for joining us at MY SHERI CRAFTS!

Dana said...

So cute. I love Pooh. Also like how you finished the inside. Thanks for playing at FCCB.

http://iwycd.blogspot.com/

Cheryl said...

Such a cute card, and a lovely inside :)

My Sheri CRAFTS said...

This is ADORABLE! You are so detailed and I LOVE the inside and the layering! Thanks for sharing with us this week!

{PaperCraftersAnonymous} said...

love this pooh card!

{PaperCraftersAnonymous} said...

ok you need to tell me how to get my images from the gypsy to the I without cutting before I color them.. do i have to upload my I carts to the gypsy and do all of the design on the gypsy?

Maquel said...

I absolutely love your card!! It's amazing! Great job on the layering and all the details! Thanks for playing along at FCCB!!

Maquel
http://papermaineiac.blogspot.com

Tamara said...

This is so cute!!! I love the details! Thanks for joining us this week at FCCB!

Tamara
http://happylifecraftywife.typepad.com/

{PaperCraftersAnonymous} said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.. I look forward to a video tutorial if you do one.. Also I am able to cut straight from my gypsy, that is just images not on the imagine side colored in or anything.. I haven't even played with that function yet.

Lisa said...

So cute...I love the tulips inside! Thanks for playing along with us this week at FCCB!

Lisa N.
http://prettypaperprettyribbons.blogspot.com