Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Pastel Peek-a-Boo...

Pastels...Mmmmm...Love them!  This week's Tune In Tuesday is hosted by Rita Kegg and it's sure to bring a TON of entries.  Have you checked out her post on the Savvy Projects Blog yet?  If not, you'll want to hop over there and check out what she has to share.  I'm joining the fun since I LOVE LOVE LOVE girly pastels!!!  I added a little bit of patterned paper (Toodle Loo V834) in bolder colors to really set off the pastels in the image and in the background paper. 

It's quite a simple layout really.  I wanted the focus to be on the cutie patootie so I kept everything else pretty plain.  I embossed the bazzill cardstock (Shore) with the Impressabilities die (Floral and Stone K310) to give the card more texture.  I stamped the elegant frame (Fabulous Frames T-3255) with Versafine Onyx and then embossed with Stampabilities holographic embossing powder.  After stamping and coloring the frame with my Copic markers (see colors below), I stamped the cutie (Delightfully Spooky T3348) separately on a piece of white cardstock. Then I cut her out into a square that would fit the size of the "frame".   Threading the frame with some ribbon and scrappers floss -and popping it up on the page finished it off. 

Oh- if you notice anything different about the little angel...I gave her a little mouth, some freckles, and a little bit more hair with my Micron pen. 

Copics Used: 
Face:  E50,51, 93; YR00
Hair:  E33, 35, 57, Micron 01
Clothes/Flowers: YG61, RV55
Wings:  V20, BG10,70; B00
Frame:  V25, RV55, YG61, Y32, V20, R20
Stop back on the 8th as I join my fellow TAC friends for a FANTASTICAL Easter Basket HOP.  You won't want to miss the fun...And hurry...the last one there is a ROTTEN EGG...HA!

8 comments:

  1. Adorable indeed! I love reading your blog--you always put a smile on my face. ;o)

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  2. She is definitely a cutie patootie! Great card Kerry!

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  3. Cute I like how you colored the frame

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  4. How fun! Love what you did to the frame and how you cropped her Brilliant!

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  5. Cute doesn't say enough about your beautiful pastel card - love this little girl. great accents.

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  6. what a fun expression - love the frame you created.

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  7. I love this Kerry! Such a fun way to use the nestabilitie frames!!!

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