Monday, May 24, 2010


It's Monday...again! Nothing superduper about that but I do have a superduper birthday card. I know two special little girls turning 6 in the next two weeks. Having 2 boys myself, creating cards for girls is extra fun. I used Mo Manning digi images for both cards, I'll share the other one later.

This cute image is called Superduper Girl. She totally reminded me of my niece who likes to dress up, though her dress up of choice probably has more to do with tiaras and sparkly dresses.

I punched out one of the cupcakes from the Basic Grey (Nook & Pantry) paper to use as the center of my flower embellishment. I am ever mindful of the sendability (is that even a word?!) of a card, so this will fit nicely into the envelope without the extra postage bulk. I used Copic markers and Prismacolor pencils to color in this image.

I am having a ball coloring these Mo Manning images!

My brother and his oldest son (5) were here for a couple of days to fish this weekend. Of course my oldest was in on the fun. They caught several King Salmon, one of which we enjoyed grilled up for dinner on Friday. It looks like we are in store for some beautiful weather these next few days. I think I will plan some more grilling meals!

Thanks for stopping by!


Cheryl said...

Nope, Monday isn't superduper, but your card sure is!! Love it, Tracy! I want to learn copics and prisma! Spectacular example!
Feeling better?

Kristine Reynolds said...

You are such an enabler!!! I love this image...just went and bought this one plus several others! Thanks for sharing?!?!? LOL!

Anonymous said...

Hi Tracy, what a cute idea with the cork flower! Great accent. Blessings to you, Rea

Anonymous said...

Hi Tracy, OOPS, wrong card, sorry! Well you'll know what I mean. I like the cupcake accent in the middle of this flower on supergirl. Blessings to you, Rea

Country Mouse said...

"Super" cute card!!:) I love that image!!! And love that paper, I have it, just need to use it and stop hoarding!!! LOL

Michele Boyer said...

So cute! I love how you highlighted one of the cupcakes from the paper in the flower center!