Sunday, 20 January 2013

GREEN LADY



Bought this gorgeous image from A day for Daisies either just before Christmas or just after, started to colour and then discarded as I thought my colouring was rubbish.

Then I saw the challenge at A day for Daisies was to add RED to your projects which reminded me I had already started colouring this image.



Having finished colouring the image I had a look through some papers, I remembered I had some which were a Oriental themed.  Unfortunately none of them worked!

Decided the leave this project and look at another one I had on the go.  Well I found all these papers I really liked and thought would work together but didn't work with the image I was using but did work with this one!

With the papers sorted I played around with various designs and combinations.  I thought I would make into a book/journal - mainly for the longevity of it.




Was going to add a black flat back pearl to the bottom corner but in my eagerness I forgot!  May add later!

Techniques:

USED: Stamps - A day for Daisies - GREEN LADY


Medium:  Copics,  (Reds:  R35, 37 & 45, Blue/Green BG 72, 75 and 78), Sakura Star Dust glitter pen, Mica flakes - mixed tones

Papers:  Old papers (I think from Memory they were Bo Bunny and they were probably from a couple of collections), We are Memory Keepers Hardboard

Dies used: Marianne Creatables frame, Spellbinders Rectangle and Scallop Rectange - to make frame around image

Embellishments:   Black gem swirl (Creative Expressions), Charm (Ladybug Crafts) - added to broken key ring, 2 ring binders, Pendant (from a Wedding Collection - Create and Craft), Paper flowers, brad, Unique embellishment - present from a friend - thank you Liz), Ribbon

Best wishes,
Challenges I'm entering this into 
Addicted to stamps challenges - texture
A day for Daisies - add some RED
Anything but a card - Tie it up
Challenge 4 Everyone - Anything goes
Cut, Create, have fun - Die
Dream Valley Challenge - girls girls girls
Scrappy Frogs - try something new (mica flakes - gilding)
Crafty Catz - anything but a card