Hello everyone! Back again with another Stamping Bella
card and using one of my fav Mo Manning for Stamping Bella images, Sprout
, which again, is currently out of stock. I swear it was just there but with the big sales Emily has had lately, stamps go fast, especially one as cute as this! Our challenge this week was a sketch and here is my take on it.
She is colored with copics, Shinhan touch twin markers and prisma pencils for some additional shading. I really love this color combo, nice and bright! Paper are again, old ones from my stack I am trying to work thru and the flowers are prima hydrangeas with pearl centers from WOC. Ok, next week we would like to have you use a banner on your card, there are so many options out there for banners it should get your creative juices flowing!
Oh wow, she is fab!
Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog - I just can't do girly cards ;)
PS - I've stayed as your newest follower ;)
Image is adorable, and your coloring as always - amazing!
She is adorable!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to start seeing sprouts coming up in CT!!!
Love the pearl center of the flowers :)
Amanda this sure makes me think of Spring with this bright cheery card. Love how you get such vibrant colors & great shading ... I'm still trying to achieve that look. You must shop at the same places I do as I have that print paper & it's truly beautiful.
Pretty papers and love the flowers!
Delightful card, Amanda! Love the way you did your flowers and your coloring is spectacular!
This is fabulous. Seriously cute image, colored beautifully. I especially love how you colored her hair, your shading, and the grass.
Great design and paper layering.
Adorable image. I love the purples. The gold around the edge is fun. I need to try that!
It won't be long until we can start planting our gardens! Love the colors you used and your flowers look perfect with the pearls!
And I love these colours too!
Such a sweet image...now I wonder what kind of flower I would be? A rose? A Lily? More like a triffid!
WANT IT!! X
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