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Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Lilac Up, Up and Away Gorjuss Girl

This is my entry to this week's Simon Says blog challenge, which has a theme of 'Sing It Baby'.

Now, apparently, Nancy Sinatra sang 'Up, Up & Away' so this seems perfect!!


The Up, Up and Away Gorjuss Girl image, from Sugar Nellie, was stamped (at Julie's) using Versafine Onyx Black archival pigment ink and coloured using Copic Sketch markers:
  • Hair: Y08, Y17, YR02, E41
  • Skin: E00, E21, E51, R20
  • Balloon: B41, BV00
  • Dress: B41, BV00, R20, YR02
  • Socks: YG11, R20, YR02
  • Outline: BG11
The image was cut out and the corners rounded using the large XCut corner rounder punch. The image was matted onto lilac card and the sentiment was added using the Doodlebug Beetle Black Simply Sweet alphabet rub-ons.

Three panels were cut form the lilac, pink and green botanical flourish paper from the DCWV Once Upon A Time mat stack and matted onto the lilac card.

The 'Birthday Wish' circle sentiment was stamped onto white card using the Onyx Black ink and coloured using the Copic markers
  • Circle Sentiment: BV00, B41
A square was cut from the lilac card and the corners rounded with the XCut punch. Holes were punched in the bottom of the image panel and in the top of the square. Small lilac Papermania eyelets were set in the holes and white organza ribbon was threaded through creating a dangling sentiment panel.

The image panel was matted over the three panels and Anita's 3D Gloss was added over the balloon, dress stars and circle sentiment.

2 comments:

kay said...

kathleen,this is gorgeous,so glad we have blogs as dc a bit of a nightmare at the mo to get on,x

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

Great colors! I like the tag at the bottom!

Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!!!

-Sarah

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