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Sunday, 18 November 2012

Mo's Ballerina

After colouring the two ballerina's today from Mo Manning and liking the result - and with a whole evening to fill - left on my own whilst my Husband has gone out to a Works Do I felt quite inspired to colour this Ballerina stamp from Mo - have had it a while now but not coloured it yet.




For this project I used the same colours and design pad as for the previous Ballerina post but focus on the red and green's.  




I also used several more of the flowers I made earlier.


Unfortunately, the glitter pen does not show up on this photo be it has been used as a highlighter on the tutu.

Techniques:
Copic colours used:  
skin:            E53, 50, 51, 000, 0000
blush:          R20
hair:             E44, 43, 42, 40
clothing:      YG97, 93, 91
slippers:      YG97, 93, 91
shadows:    W8, 6, 4, 3
other bits:   Promarkers:  Antique Pink, Crimson, Burgundy, Sukura - Stardust pen

Medium:  Copics, Sukura - stardust glitter pen, black pen
Papers:   Can't remember name of paper pad, plus gold mirri cardstock


Dies used:
McGills Flower punches, Magnolia flower die, Spellbinder and Marianne flower dies, Martha Stewart leaf punch
Embellishments:
Various flowers, pearls, ribbon and bow
Best wishes,
Challenges I'm entering this into
Dream Valley challenges - Anything goes
PanPastel Uk Challenge - Red and Green
Lady Anne's Challenge - Anything goes and sentiment
InThePink - Punches and/or dies
SimplyCreate.... - use your stash

MO MANNING - BALLERINAS

I haven't been crafting much lately due to other things taking priority but today after pulling a muscle in my leg I decided to take it easy and use the time to do a bit of colouring.  Having seen this new image from Mo Manning called LIL Ballerina I felt really inspired and remembered the other image from Mo that was on my wishlist (Fifi) and thought the two would work well together.




With no pressure and all the time in the world - felt more comfortable with the colouring on this image.




Started this post Friday when coloured image - now Sunday and I am itching to make a card with this image thinking of spending some time making some flowers first - we'll see!  


Did you spot the handmade flowers!  Plenty left over for another time!

Unfortunately, the glitter pen does not show up on this photo be it has been used as a highlighter on the tutu's.

Techniques:

Colours used:  
skin:            E40, 50, 51, 000, 0000
blush:          R20
hair:             E44, 43, 42, 40
clothing:      RV99, 95, 93, 91, YG97, 93, 91
slippers:     W3, 1, 00
shadows:    W8, 6, 4, 3
other bits:   Promarkers:  Antique Pink, Crimson, Burgundy, Sukura - Stardust pen

Medium:  Copics, Promarkers, Surkura pen - Stardust, black pen
Papers:   Can't remember plus gold mirri cardstock


Dies used:
Marianne flower dies, Martha Stewart leaf punch, Spellbinders flower die, McGills Flower punch
Embellishments:
Various flowers, pearl brads, metal brad, faux brads, sentiment

Best wishes,
Challenges I'm entering this into 
Challenges4Everybody - Anything goes
Glitter n Sparkle Challenge - Layers
The Squirrel and the Fox - Anything goes
Crafty Catz Challenge - Let's have a sparkle
Daring Cardmakers - Just because