You knew it couldn't last! In yesterday's post, I gave up coloring with my Copics. OK... it was for only one day... lol... I just couldn't keep it up. And when I pulled out this beautiful stamp, my resolve melted. As many of you know, I love images and particularly children. They speak to my heart. Jesus also had a special place in his heart for children. They see the world with such wonderment. And this little lady is enjoying the beauty of God's creation. She is just a little sprout herself, ready to blossom into a beautiful young woman. Just as it should be...
Check out my creation over at Stampin' Sisters in Christ . I entered it in this weeks challenge (#76). The goal was to use green somewhere in your creation. Hop on over and play! Enjoy!
Card Stock - Georgia Pacific, Bazzill; Image - Gina K. Pure Luxury
Designer Paper - Sweetwater - Sprout Paper Collection
Stamp - Image - Sugar Nellie Stamps - Country Garden
Ink - Image - Tuxedo Black; Copics
Jeans - B000, B21, B23
Hair - E50, E13, E33,E25
Skin - E000, E00, E21, R20
Blouse - Y0000, Y00, Y04 Trim - B23
Shoes - C1, 0 Colorless Blender then covered with Sakura Glaze
Flowers - YG03, R20, B21
Corner Punch - Ionic Ticket Punch
Paper Edger - Martha Stewart
Paper Shapers - Flourish
Fiber - Offray Navy Satin 5/8"
Fiskars Scallop Punch (8 scallops)
Ink - Memento Cantaloupe and edged with Memento Angel Pink
Spritz thoroughly with water (Ranger Mini Mister)
Unscrunch and then stack 8 scallops on top of one another
Use a paper piercer to punch a hole in the center of the 8 stacked scallops
Insert a brad and secure
Start scrunching the layers back up until you have a tightly bound "bud"
Unfurl each layer until you achieve the look you want
Mist with Glimmer Mist (I used several layers of Dazzling Diamonds)
Let dry and secure to your project!