Sunday, May 22, 2011

Pink Pony Birthday


This card was made for a special girl turning six - she is celebrating with a "painted pony party" with REAL ponies! This party service has white ponies, and they've dyed the manes pink and blue and rainbow colors - it's really quite cute! So, I just HAD to find an image of a little girl with a pony. I found this image at Karen's Doodles, and it fits the big event just perfectly!Painted Pink Pony


Note: Finished card size is 6" x 6"


Pink Textured Paper (Core'dinations) 6" x 12", score at 6"
Whisper White (SU!) 2 1/4" x 6"
Green & Pink Flowers (Kaleidoscope) 2" x 6"
Rose Red (SU!) 5" x 5"
Stamper's Select White (PTI) 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"


N/A - Image was printed on an EPSON RX620 printer


Pony Love (Karen's Doodles)


Grand Calibur (Spellbinders)
Lacey Squares Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Edge Punch (Martha Stewart)
COPIC markers (Imagination International)
SPICA Glitter pens (Imagination International)
Adhesive Gems/Pearls (Recollections)
ATG 714
Rotary Trimmer



Print the digital image on the white cardstock. I print it on the same paper I stamp on for COPICS (Stamper's Select), and usually let it sit for a while before I start coloring.

Color with COPIC markers. I used these colors:

  • Pony's mane, tail, hooves: RV10, RV32, RV34, RV55
  • Pony shadows: C00, C1, C3
  • Girl's dress, vest, and boots: RV10, RV32, RV34
  • Girl's hair: YR30, YR31, E37
  • Girl's skin: E000, E00, RV10
  • Girl's panties: BG000, BG01, BG02, BG05
  • Grass: YG00, YG01, YG03
  • Background: BG0000, BG000

Embellish the image with SPICA pens - Blossom and Clear on the mane, tail and hooves; Pitch Black on the pony's eyes. Add adhesive rhinestones on the boots, and pearls on the flowers.


Punch the bottom edge of the front of the card using the edge punch. Mount the strip of white paper just above the punched border, and mount the patterned paper strip centered on the white.

Cut and emboss a dark pink lacey square, and mount the finished image on the die cut. Mount this centered on the front of the card.

Finish off with some adhesive pearl flourishes around the image.

Thanks for stopping by!



Mrs Ham said...

This is such a cute. I love that image, it's so sweet. The birthday girl will love it.


Any little girl would love to receive this on her birthday...This is so cute! Love the colors you chose!

Olga said...

Now there is one fantastic girly card. She will love it......

Shirley said...

She is totally adorable and your card is just so pretty, right down to the punched edges! I have to ask you what are you using to do your table for your Ingredients?

Lisa Lynne said...

Thanks for the compliments - this was a really fun card to make!
Shirley, I have CSS in my blog template to style the table, and then I write the html. I'll send you an email with some info.

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