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I’m a lush, but really, I am not!!! chuckle! But, martini images have always fascinated me . . . They’re so purdeee, UKWIM? I spotted a FUN FUN FUN card in a store and just had to CASE it, it was so dang CUTE!

Images by A Muse Art Stamps, Versafine Black Ink, Derwent Watercolor Pencils, 1 1/4″ Circle Punch by SU!, Sakura Red Glaze Pen for “cherries”, Signo Uniball White Gel Pen; Fabriano Mediovalis Reply Card.

You can’t tell it very well, but the cherries have been embellished with the Red Glaze Pen–it’s much easier to see IRL.

The names of the ‘tinis are hand-lettered; no way I coulda’ replicated it on the ‘putah with any kind of accuracy, so Sharpie Fine Point Black Marker to my rescue. An Orange Sharpie was used to create the little orange zest on the ‘tini in the window.

The sentiment inside: “Hope it has a fabulous twist!”

  1. OMGosh, Julie — that ‘tini image is wonderful and this card is adorable (from one lush to another)! :D

  2. OMG! I have had all those ‘tinis!!! The last one was a mangotini at Cutter’s last Saturday…mmmmmmm-MMMMM!! Your card makes my mouth water and I DO feel like a lush…but i’m not! What a fun, fun card!!

  3. This is the cutest card ever. Now I have to add the martini stamp to my never ending list of Amuse stamps. Thanks Julie for all the inspiration!!! Janice, the pomegranate martinis are soooooo good!You must try them soon.

  4. Wow . . . I think I created a martini monster! I’ll be sure and be stocked up for the family reunion!

    Have you tried a pomagranite one yet? I have the ingredients, just have to get up the nerve!

  5. This is totally cute! I don’t even drink and I think martini images are so cute, too!

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