Saturday 16 August 2014

Daisy Mobile Phone Cover

I've known for a few years that certain mobile phones you can get a picture put onto the cover.
It wasn't the case for my old phone so when I got my new one I got a clear cover.
I made a template from card and decorated it with the Daisy stamp from Honeysuckle Butterfly.
I also made a note card using the same method.
I started by colouring the centre of the card with Squeezed Lemonade and the edges with Mustard Seed. The diamonds are from the Harlequin Fragments and I used Mustard Seed Ink. The flower was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black and I lifted the yellow from the petals with a water brush.
For the leaves I used Coloursoft pencils.
Thanks for stopping by


Paper Engineer said...

I just loved this when you showed it to me the other week, you are a clever bunny. Thank you for sharing all week and well done on making it seven posts in a row. I have loved every one of your creations. Lesley x

Paula (PEP) said...

I like the way you used yellow for the background so as to contrast with the blue of your phone. The daisy is such a delightfully refreshing flower & I love the way you managed to get a touch of the harlequin stamp subtly behind it. To have the matching notecard is lovely & here it is your gradation of the background inking which so successfully creates a glow for spotlighting the daisy. Again the harlequin fragment is perfect as a backdrop & foil.
Paula (PEP)