Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments and support regarding on becoming a 'dirty girl' over on SCS.
It was such an exciting day yesterday when my first posts were revealed. Such good times. I can see why they say your 6 months will fly on by, well I can't believe one month is down and I'm starting to work on my cards for next month! Don't worry, my blog posts will not be forgotten, although I can't post my dirty girl cards on my blog for 6 months, I will still make cards to post here. At first it might be a bit slow on my blog, but it will pick up once I get a routine going. I hope you continue to stick with me through this process.
So that brings me to a post tonight. I received my order from Power Poppy a couple of weeks ago, but haven't had a chance to use it. I'm using one of the images from the set Lilac Time. I am also going to enter this into their monthly challenge - Pencil me in.
I love how I coloured the image, but over all just not pleased on the papers I used, maybe too much purple and green, I don't know for sure, but it's okay. Here is what I did:
I stamped the image onto which cougar card stock using black memento. I used my prismacolour pencils to colour and blended with gamsol. After cutting out the image I left the die in place and sponged some light purple around the edges. Not sure of the colour I used because I just used one of my sponges that I used with purple ink.
For my ribbon, it started out to be white, so I using my V15 copic marker to colour it to match the lilacs and cardstock. Added some glitter to the flowers to finish this off.
stamp - Power Poppy - Lilac time
ink- black memento, prismacolour pencils - canary yellow, deco yellow, sunburst yellow, chartreuce, olive green, dark green, limepee, lavender, dahlia purple, tuscan red, imperial violeet, peacock blue, sky blue light, peach beige, french grey 20%, french grey 30%, warm grey 50%, warm grey 70%, sandbar brown, caribbean blue,
paper - cougar white, K & C - celeste, purple, scrap plaid
dies - spellbinder - labels 22
misc - glitter, white silk ribbon - coloured using copic V15
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