Saturday, October 3, 2009
World Card Making Day!
SCS is having a fun World Card Making Day with lots of sponsors and prizes! Check it out here!
World Card Making day!
Sponsor for Challenge C -
"Emily, owner of Stamping Bella, is definitely a girl who wants to have fun! To celebrate her spirit and the spirit of Stamping Bella, I am challenging you to show me what you and your girlfriends do to have some fun! For an extra bit of flair, throw in some some 1980's-ish colors and/or DP! Please use the keyword WCMD09C when uploading your cards and come back and post them here, too, so everyone can see what you've made. Also leave a quick note sharing what you like to do when you want to have some fun!"
I chose Bookwormabella because after stamping, my favorite thing to do for fun is to read! I also thought it would be perfect because the shirt looks "belted" and the jeans remind me of "tuck & roll". LOL! I didn't have a plan when I started with the exception of an oval for the large image (and because I just felt a desire to do something else besides a rectangle), and the bright 80s colors. The brocade blue mat is sponged with brocade blue using a twisting motion of the wrist to add a bit of texture. I chose to use a suntan skin tone, which I hardly ever use, because I was obsessed with trying to get a tan when I was a teenager. AND because I don't remember being worried about skin cancer back then. Too bad, too. I've had skin cancer and I continue to get check-ups and moles removed every 6 months.
Stamps: Bookwormabella (Stamping Bella), sentiment (High Hopes)
Paper: black, brocade blue, melon mambo, white
Ink: black, SU markers: black & brocade blue, Copic markers: E47 dark brown, E13 light suntan, E33 sand, E31 brick beige, B23 Phthalo blue, B32 pale blue, B00 frost blue, G24 willow, YG23 new leaf, RV21 light pink, RV10 pale pink, RV17 deep magenta
Accessories: spiral clip, ribbon, CM custom cutting system, SU Top Note die cuts, SU large oval & modern label punches
Techniques: doodling, sponging
Wish RAK: SU Top Note die cuts, Bella image