Basic Pears


I’ve been leaving sentiments off of the front of my cards lately. That way I can have more to choose from in my stash when I need something specific. This Lockhart image, Pears, has always been on my ‘list’…you know the list of things you adore but never break down and buy? 🙂


I have to run pick up the girls so I’ll leave this one short, but stay tuned tomorrow – I’ve got some Copic Markers to give away! See you tomorrow!

  • Stamps: Pears (Lockhart Stamps)
  • Cardstock: Ambrosia Patterned Paper (Basic Grey) and Super Smooth White, Papaya Puree Dark & Black (Prism)
  • Ink: Memento Black (Tsukineko)
  • Accs: Copic Markers, Spica Glitter Pen and Scalloped Rectangles (Spellbinders)

12 responses to “Basic Pears

  1. Gorgeous, that background paper works perfectly with this image and love the stitching!

  2. Oooh! Lori – this is absolutely scrumptious! I’ve always loved that pear image too… and have never took the plunge. 🙂 Your coloring and color choices are perfection!

  3. Hey Lori! Are those the pears that you were coloring in KC?? They look great! You say you have Copics to give away??? Oh My! Can’t wait until tomorrow!!

  4. Hi Lori, those pears look yummy!

  5. I love the colors of this card. The card is so gorgeous…love it.

  6. that stitching is amazing! it really sets off the card! and isn’t that BG paper delightful?!?! 🙂

  7. No sentiments, what a GRAND idea! *grin* Love your pears, baby!

  8. What a beautiful way to use up all the orange papers that I have left over from halloween cards. Thanks again for the inspiration.
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  9. I love your pear card! Simply beautiful!! I just got this stamp (well, a few weeks ago), but it hasn’t seen ink yet. It was on my list for awhile too.

  10. I just found your blog. Can you believe it? I’ve seen your name around, but never seemed to make it here.
    This card is gorgeous! I love your Copic coloring! TFS

  11. Your pears look awesome, and I love those beautiful papers as well!!

  12. What a gorgeous card … love the oranges … thanks for the inspiration.

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