Wednesday, April 15, 2015

The sacrifices I make!

Hi everyone, need a card made real fast? I needed one today so I turned to my Plate of Rubber Stamp set, Anime Fairies.

First thing I did was to print off this sentiment on my computer using the font Petunia Bounce 16pt. Next I dug into my stash and found a birthday cake rub-on by DCWV, making sure to lay my stamp alongside it so I would have plenty of room to stamp her.

After she was stamped onto the card, I gathered some background papers using the color scheme from the cake rub-on as my focal point.

I love the way her hand is positioned here, it leaves you open to add something to it like the wand I wanted her to hold. That idea came to me because of the little stars that come with this set. I chose the largest one and a coordinating color from the cake to stamp it with some Quick Quotes Powder Puff Very Berry ink color.

Then the fun part! Coloring in the image. I used an Inktense pencil and my waterbrush for her skin, Paper Smooches in Kiwi for her dress, the same pink ink pad that I used for the pink stars was also used to color in her hair, I just used my waterbrush to pick up the color and transfer it to her hair. I used a Sakura Gelly roll to color in her wings and added a dot of it in her eyes to make them sparkle too. 

Thank you for stopping by today!

7 comments:

  1. Oh this is good.. I would have never known the wand wasn't part of the stamp.. I didn't catch it!!! She is a cutie!!

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  2. Well how cute! Glad to know Tamiko is in charge:)

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    1. shhhhhhh Jean, it will only go to her head! lol

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  3. As always you rocked this stamp!! Love how you printed out your card verse first and then added the other elements.....very clever! Beautiful job in coloring her.....lovin' the kiwi green dress!
    Yvonne

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