Friday, February 25, 2011

Bellarific Little Miss Thang

Happy Bellarific Friday! I have a sweet little clean and simple card to show you today for our ink what you haven't used challenge. I used the "Is That a Cupcake On Your Head?" stamp and paired it with the "Little Miss Thang" stamp to create a simple little card to add to my rather depleted stash of kids birthday cards. You see, it's generally a given that I will forget that my kids have a birthday party to go to until the very last minute and then I will stay up all night the night before the party to create a card. So with all this said, I'm trying to get a wee bit ahead of the game :D

I kept this one fairly simple because I think that the little diva in the center kind of speaks for herself :) She's a balancing act queen and models her cupcakes instead of eating them :D She was water coloured with tombow markers and blended with a water brush and then I added some shading with a chalk pencil. To create the line around the perimeter or the sentiment, I used a fine line Micro Liner.

So who is ready for next week's challenge? This challenge is inspired by the colour Aquamarine and just perfect for the start of March! As always, don't forget to email Em ( by Thursday evening if you would like a chance to win some bella bucks :D

Card Recipe:

Stamps: Stamping Bella - Little Miss Thang and Is That a Cupcake on Your Head?
Paper: Black, Teal, Water Colour
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Clear Embossing Powder, Tombow Markers, Water Brush, Micro Liner, Quickie Glue Pen, Glitter, Chalk Pencil


Julie said...

CAS NEVER ( Never underlined in thick black marker) looked sooooo good!

Danielle Daws said...

*gasp* I adore this! Absolutely breathtaking!

Jessie/knightrone said...

So totally cute!!

Chelsea said...

I love this card!

Crafty Cath said...

Wow, simple and sweet, even if she does have a little attitude. Great card!

Robin McK said...

Hi Kim!
This is soooo cute! I love the simplicity of it - the colouring REALLY pops!!! TFS

Angel said...

WOWSERS! Love this, Kim!

Jeanette S. said...

watercoloring with tombows in such a small space-amazing, great shading.