A couple of years (yes, years!) ago, I printed off some digital images and sentiment I wanted to work with and I wanted them to be ready if I found I had some extra time and inclination to colour. So glad I did that!! I kept everything protected and safe and while everyone else in my house was busy, I indulged myself for a little bit of playtime. I can see where I need to brush up a bit on my skills, but overall I don't think this little cutie patootie is half bad.
I didn't get the folds in her dress quite the way I wanted them. In fact, they aren't what I was after at all, but the tye-dye effect is not too bad. The ground looks better and much softer irl because I'm having trouble getting the hang of the colour editing capability in my image editing software. Oy!! Shaking the cobwebs out! My camera took really dark pictures, and I'm not sure why. More cobwebs, I guess. As I was working on this, I discovered some of my copics were either dried up (didn't think that was supposed to happen!!!) or were leaking (ditto!!) so I ended up with a yellow drip on her face (*GACK*) as I was putting the last couple of touches on, and I could have spit fireballs!! Dried up or leaking?!! I thought copic markers were made better than that!!
This sentiment is from tlc creations and it's timeless and seasonless. A perfect sentiment!
stamps; image (tiddly inks), sentiment (tlc creations)
ink; tumbled glass distress ink (ranger)
paper; urban prairie (basic grey), daisy, canvas white (bazzill), blue cardstock (core'dinations)
accessories; white satin ribbon (SU!), bling it pink rhinestones (basic grey), rectangle, petite oval nesties (spellbinders), copic markers
abc challenge - colourful
digi galore - girly
natalie & amy - one for the girlies
pile it on - p is for - pink