Friday, June 16, 2017

Almostella

Happy Friday, my friends! =) Here is my card for this week's Bellarific Challenge over on the Stamping Bella Blog.


This week's challenge is to make a wedding/anniversary or love themed card. Easy peasy! =)


I inked the beautiful Almostella with Antique Linen Distress Ink, colored her with Copic markers then frame her with a cutout from Paper Smooches' Polaroid die.


The patterned paper is from American Crafts' Dear Lizzy Saturday 6x6 paper pad. The sentiment is a combination of Paper Smooches' Love Word die and MFT's Label Maker Sentiments.

That's all for now. Don't forget to find out what the other design team members and participants created for this week's challenge and see all the challenge details over on the Stamping Bella Blog! =)

Have a beautiful day and thanks for stopping by!


Affiliate links are used in some cases! =)
supplies:
cardstock: (Rustic White) Papertrey Ink
rubber stamp: (Almostella) Stamping Bella
clear stamp: (Label Maker Sentiments) My Favorite Things
patterned paper: (Dear Lizzy Saturday 6x6 paper pad) American Crafts
dye ink: (Antique Linen) Ranger Industries
hybrid ink: (Black Licorice) My Favorite Things
accents: (Kaleidoscope sequins) Lucy's Cards, (paper doily)
stickers: (yellow polka dots Japanese washi tape) MARK'S, (purple polka dots Japanese washi tape) mt Kamoi
dies: (Polaroid, Love Word) Paper Smooches, (Label Tape) My Favorite Things
tool: (die-cut machine) Provo Craft
other: (foam tape) 3M
Copics used:
skin: E13, E11, E01, E00, E0000, R20
hair: V17, V15, V12, V01, R21
dress: (Y38, Y18, Y08, T6, T4, T2, B04, BG02, B01. B00
card size: 3 5/8" x 5 3/8"

2 comments:

Karen said...

Your coloring of images AMAZES me, Alice. I don't know how you do it so brilliantly. How did you get so good??? Do you have any videos of coloring an image with Copics? I will continue to gaze in awe at your images. Thanks for sharing your talent.

donna mikasa said...

Wow! Her hair looks like it's glowing! So fabulous, Alice!

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