So, this is what I have for you today- another card using Bombshell Stamps' beautiful Rose. This image is just SO gorgeous! The stamp set is called Rose's Portrait and here's what I did with her today:
I stamped Rose onto GP110 white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black. She is colored with Copics, however, the green and pink scanned much brighter than they really are. I used my oval Nestabilites to cut the image out. The card base is Basic Black. The patterned papers are unknown. For the bottom part, I punched out circles using my 1-5/8" circle punch and layered them. It was AFTER I scanned the card that I noticed that they were a bit crooked at the bottom...oh, well...too late now! :) I saw a card made with this sketch on Jody Morrow's fabulous blog- Confessions of a Ribbon Addict...you can find her blog in my "Ink-spirations" list in my sidebar. The ribbon is from the Offray Ribbon Outlet in Hagerstown, MD. If you've never been and you're in the area, it's a MUST! The oval image is popped up using dimensionals.
My second offering today is an ATC- my first ever. A friend asked me to make an ATC that describes me...I kept putting it off and putting it off, but it can't be put off any longer...the thought of making an ATC scared me...it's the size, I think, that worries me- so little space to create on. Anyway, this is what I came up with, although I don't think I'll be making any more ATCs in the near future! :)
The card base is SU's silver metallic cardstock. The DSP is also SU. I used the Bombshell Angel image and stamped her onto GP110 white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored her with Copics. I then "dressed" her using Bombshell's "Biker Bombshell" digi clothing set. She is popped up on dimensionals atop of big pink Prima. The "Biker Chick" sentiment is computer generated. So, Steph...how did I do?
I haven't forgotten about the Yo-Yo tutorial...I just need to get it done when there is someone home to take pictures for me...it'll be coming soon! I promise!