I hope those of you celebrating the 4th July this weekend are having a wonderful time with family and friends.
I can't help myself, ever since being asked to join the Kenny K's Krafty Girlz design team I haven't stopped colouring the fab new images.
Kenny has a new freebie available this month over at his digi shop KennyKdownloads.com so hop on over and grab it for yourself and join in the fun. The new challenge begins on July11th.
I know, I know, I really need to start stretching myself a bit more. I use way too much pink, but I just can't help it. I did try for a few days there to make a few masculine cards but very quickly slipped back in to my all time favourite pink and girly cards.
I coloured this fabulous image (Queens Cutie) up first with my copics and then realised that I didn't have the papers to co-ordinate with it. So I decided to make up some papers of my own.
I made the floral paper by stamping Stampin Ups A Rose Is A Rose on Very Vanilla cardstock with Pretty In Pink ink.
For the striped paper I used Very Vanilla cardstock again and used E25 and R83 Copics to create the pattern.
I also had a try at making my own paper flowers for this card too. There are so many great tutorials out there for making these wonderful flowers. I have a set of three scollop circle punches that I used to create these flowers. It was so easy and I'm really happy with how they turned out.
I cut out the coloured image and sat it on top of two nesting ovals and then adhered that on top of an embossed panel of Pretty In Pink carstock. I used my Stampin Up Eyelet Border punch to create the decorative corners.
Copics I used on this image are:
Hair - E29,E25 and E53
Skin - E000, E00, E11 and R20
Clothes and shoes - R85, R83, R81, E29, E25 and E53
Thank you so much for stopping by today.
Happy 4th July!