Today sees this month’s new Ribbon Girl challenge and we have a gorge colour scheme to follow PINKS and LILACS
And there’s a delish prize up for grabs too
So out came my favourite Raspberry Road paper from the Oh So Shabby kit. I really do love this paper, soooo me lol.
I have been itching to use this image for a while now since I bought it but just not had the time till yesterday to colour this sweetie in. Don’t you just love Wee Stamps? Sylvia if you see this we NEED more images please sweetie lol. Pretty please with a cherry on top xxx
Coloured with Copics and Prismacolor pencils natch.
Hair: E53, E515, E50 light umber and black pencil
Skin: E21, E00, E000, R20, R30
Pinks: R81, RV000, RV0000 mahogany and black pencil
Lilacs: BV01, BV00, BV000, BV0000 black pencil
Basket & Shoes: E31, E30 and black pencil
Bunny: C1, C0, C00 black pencil
Shadows: around image BG000, BV0000, BG0000, under feet warm grey 70% pencil
I was going to add stickles to the edges of the paper but decided less is more (me and less is more??? I don’t think so rofl)
Stamps: Wee Stamps, sentiment Lili of the Valley Clear Additions
Paper: Raspberry Road Oh So Shabby, cardstock Bazzill
Tools: Concentric Tags from Go-Kreate, Martha Stewart branch punch, Magnolia Doo Hickey swirl die
Embellies: Sheer Ruffled Ribbon, polka dot button, Bakers Divine Twine, Flat lace 25mm (which I gathered before adhering to the card), Butterfly Charm from The Ribbon Girl.
Trellis rose, 20mm roses, 15mm roses, 8mm semi open roses, 4mm rose buds, poppies, pearls from Wild Orchid Crafts.
The Ribbon Girl candy winner has been drawn and is on their blog. The new Lili of the Valley candy is now up on the Ideas to Inspire blog and I will be back later with the winner of the Simon Says Stamp Saturday Surprise.