Birthday Girl ...

I'm over on the Whimsy Stamps Inspiration Blog today sharing a card I created with the lovely Birthday Girl from the Marika Collins Collection.

Birthday Girl is one of the new Digital Stamps Released this month, and I had so much FUN coloring this beauty! Copic markers and chalk pencils were used for highlighting her clothes. I added some Distress Ink along the bottom for the floor. For the arrows I put some Washi Tape on scraps of white cardstock, then used a banner die to cut it out, and then cut the one end to create my arrow. At least that is what they look like to me. 

Here is what the card looks like closed ...

My design is based on the Seems A Little Sketchy Challenge #59, which I flipped and then added gumdots to the corner instead of adding a banner.

Until next time ... Enjoy!


Products used:
 - Paper: Neenah Solar White 80# Smooth, The Paper Cut Shutter Card in Cream, The Paper Cut Razzle Berry Tag (which I cut with a die), Bazzill Purple, Neenah Classic Linen 80# Cover A2
 - Ink: Copic Markers, Chalk Pencils, Tim Holtz Tea Dye, Wild Honey & Vintage Photo Distress Ink
 - Other: Nestabilities Square Dies, Doodlebug Bubble Gum Swiss Dot Washi Tape, YNS Strawberry Gumdrops (YNSGD016), YNS Whatnot Seasons Set One Dies (YNSD42)


Sandy Trefger said…
Love this bright pink and purple combination and how your card looks with our sketch! cute birthday image too! Thanks for sharing with us at Seems a Little Sketchy!
Jessi said…
Wow, what a great take on the sketch at Seems a little sketchy! Your colouring and chosen colours are beautiful, and I'm defiintely going to use your idea for washi tape and making the arrows - so thank you for that idea :)
Jacquel said…
What a pretty card! Love how you used the sketch, the way you colored that cute image...everything is just FAB!!!

Thanks so much for playing along with us @ Seems A Little Sketchy & hope to see you back again for our next challenge!!!