My image was printed onto Cryogen White cardstock and coloured with my Copic Markers.
The colours I’ve used are: Skin – E11, E00, E000, E0000, R20, R30; Hair, Coat, Hat & Shoes – E57, E55, E53, E51, E50; Dress, Bag, Hat trim & Flower – RV95, RV93, RV91; Leaves – BG96, BG93, BG90.
Here’s a close up of the image…
I have sponged all edges and die cuts using Antique Linen Distress Ink. My dies are a mixture of Marianne Designs and Spellbinders and my card shape & main layer are from Go Kreate. A flower spray, some lovely lace & shabby ribbon, a few pearls and a couple of bark hearts complete my Shabby Chic creations.
Here’s one last look….
Supplies: Stamps: In the 20’s (The Paper Shelter), A Dozen Thoughts (Stampin’ Up) Card: Naturals White (Stampin’ Up), Cryogen White Papers: Autumn Shades & Matching with Halloween Digital packs (The Paper Shelter) Ink: Antique Linen Distress Ink, Memories Tuxedo Black Dies: XXL Square Frames Frilly #8 (Go Kreate), LR0240 & LR0300 (Marianne Design), Large Classic & Scallop Oval Nestabilities (Spellbinders) Accessories: Lace (The Ribbon Girl), Shabby Ribbon & Bark Hearts (Live & Love Crafts), Flowers (Wild Orchid Crafts & Kort & Godt), Pearls (Stampin’ Up)
If you haven’t already stopped by The Paper Shelter Challenge Blog then please do so you can check out the wonderful creations the rest of the DT have come up with.
I’m entering my card into the following challenges:
I’m using a template from Shape EZ for my creation today and this one is called Snowy Ball Card.
The papers and image I’m using are from Magnolia and are part of their ‘Winter Wonderland’ collection.
I have stamped the image onto Cyrogen White cardstock, coloured with my Copic Markers and then fussy cut. The colours I’ve used are: Skin – E11, E00, E000, E0000, R20, R30; Hair & Boots – W9, W7, W5, W3, W1, Clothes – BG78, BG75, BG72, BG70.
Here’s a closer look at the image…
And one last photo….
If you haven’t already stopped by the Loves Rubberstamps Challenge Blog then pop over now and check out what the rest of the DT have created for this week’s challenge.