Do you remember those days when you could get away with wearing a frilly skirt around those hips and it looked cute? I loved this little Saturated Canary stamp from Little Darling Rubber Stamps. This little girl is all about being happy. It made me happy taking a moment (or quite a few moments) to color her up.
I have had a large amount of request on how I do this technique. I promised a tutorial so here it is! Back in 2012 I was messing around with my Copics and discovered a fun technique of which I currently use ALL the time. I think you will enjoy this technique for many applications. I know the image looks small but if you right-click on the image you can save to your computer and enlarge to see better. - Enjoy!
***Please note that I color using the lightest color first, dark, medium and back to light. I only slightly blend the edge of the last color placed. Then add the shadow.
If you miss one of the combo's you can find it on the side of the blog labeled "Color of The Day". Please realize that your computer screen and printer can change the way you see it or how the colors print, but if you try it yourself you will get some fun combos...promise!
Also, feel free to pin them. I ask that you do not sell them printed out, do not place them on your personal blog but rather link to mine. These are for personal use only. Leave me some love if you want to see more!
Thank you to all my followers and fans from all over the world.
How about another amazing image from Power Poppy? The newest addition to the Instant Garden Collection just happens to be this amazing Bees in Foxglove. I love wild flowers and although quite poisonous so very beautiful.
This digital stamp features three lush stalks of Foxglove (Digitalis) with three plump bumblees buzzing around doing their bumblebee thing! Add in a cheery all occasion sentiment and you have one stunning set that is ready to download, print, color and create with! As you can see I chose to do just one stalk of the foxglove cluster...thats the nice thing about digitals...any size, any look.
Here is the little sticky bear again. I created this card for class. I made it so it could hold a tea bag on one portion of the stair step card. (which reminds me I better get some for the class attendees cards). I used a die from By Diezynes to create the flowers. It is going to be a fun class!