Sunday, 19 December 2010

FLOWER GIRL

Challenge #sketch plus red, white and gold or blue, silver and white http://sketchycolors.blogspot.com/
Challenge #free and easy anything goes http://allsortschallenge.blogspot.com/
Challenge #time to party http://totallypapercrafts.blogspot.com/
Challenge #mainly blue christmas http://craftsandmechallenges.blogspot.com/
Challenge #lets party http://ynschallenges.blogspot.com/



For this project I used one of the Mo Manning digital stamps from Mo's Digital Pencil called "Flower girl" and thought this would make a wonderful card for a bridesmaid from the Bride and Groom.

I coloured this image with copics and used my new prisma pencils to darken the folds on the girl's dress and add a subtle tone to her skin.  I masked the girl's face and arms and then sprayed lightly with smooch spritz ink (pearl).

I paper pierced the two opposite corners of the main image and used a fine liner pen to complete the full border.



I kept the colour scheme fairly neutral.  The textured cardstock was from Crafters Companion and the silver mirri from Create and Craft.

I embellished with some petal flowers I had as a free thank you when ordering crafting goodies from America.  The foliage leaves were cut with a Magnolia die and I added ribbon, peel offs and gems to complete.

Hope you like as I wanted a feeling of wedding without full on.

Best wishes and Merry Christmas to you.