Here's the challenge for you this week at Crafty Sentiments Designs Challenge Blog...use a HAND COLORED IMAGE on your card/project. Here's my card as inspiration to you and I used the image from Crafty Sentiments Designs named Twinkle Fairy.
The papers are from my stash as are the buttons and enamel, flat backed brads; the red sparkly (I love sparkly) jewels in the corner of my image are from Queen & Co.; The flowers are from Wild Orchid; and, the sentiment is from The Stamps of Life and I used a Stampin' Up punch to punch them out. The Stamps of Life is a company I saw at the Creating Keepsakes Convention in Phoenix. I don't recommend the stamps. The set I have are all small sentiments and as I use them, I keep finding that some of the letters are "cut off" on the clear stamp, so when I stamp them, they're not whole. I've returned them once only to get a second set that has the same issues as the first set.
My fairy is colored with Copics and I highlighted her wings with a touch of peach and then coated them with Warm Glitter Ritz for the sparkle and shine cause fairies without sparkly wings can't fly. I don't know why my little fairy's face looks mottled. She looks fine in person. I can only wonder if it was lighting since I tried to take this picture with light coming in from a window. This is such a poor example for the challenge "use a hand colored image" cause it looks like I can't color for beans. My apologies to you for this poor photograph.
The prize this week at Crafty Sentiments Design Blog is a voucher to the store. Take a look at the cards the Design Team has created for this challenge of USE A HAND COLORED IMAGE and let's see what you can do!
This card is entered in the following challenges:
Delightful Sketches, Sister Act Card Challenge, Wags n Whiskers, Fussy and Fancy, Treasured Times Rubber Stamps Challenges, Crafting at the Weekend, Scrappers Delights, Sparkle n Sprinkle, Deep Ocean, Art by Miran, Di's Digi Designs, Tokbobok, Pumpkin Spice, Scribble and Scrap, My Craft Creations, That Craft Place, Artistic Inspirations