Friday, August 23, 2013

Shop Til You Drop


I'm very excited to be posting on here for the first time as a new member of this fabulous Team, thank you to everyone for the warm welcome.  I am soooo enjoying colouring up these stamps that I don't want to stop, lol, and don't tell anyone but my next card is already in the making, well actually just needs sticking down, so if you want to see more don't forget to head over to the DT's blogs or on the Little Darlings Facebook page.

I'd like to share with you two CHA stamps coming to Little Darlings Rubber Stamps in a couple of weeks.  I have coloured in pastel tones, a change for me, and created the Paris background to match the little Candibean "Shop Til You Drop" image, isn't she a darling.   Both stamps can be seen in the catalogue on the Little Darlings Rubber Stamps store and will be released to purchase real soon.  The postcard is from my stash but fitted perfectly with the little Eiffel Tower postage stamp in the corner, matching the scene.

The brickwork was created using mainly the E group of Copics.  I have added a tag and attached some Melissa Frances pink tulle secured with a pearl brad.  

The papers are also a CHA release called  Petals and Lace.  They are gorgeous, pinks, lilacs and greys, yummy, so you have lots of fabulous goodies to look forward to.

Copics Used:-
Skin E00, E21, E11, E000, R20
Hair E43, E25, E31, E50
Pinks R83, R81, RV10, RV000
Lilacs V15, V12, V00, V000
Greens YG67, YG63, YG03, G99, G20
Greys C7, C5, C3, C1, C00
Browns E44, E43, E42, E41, E40

Until next time
Hugs Tracy x
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Ann Marie Governale said...

This is so beautiful! Incredible coloring and fabulous merging of both images... xxx Ann Marie

Sandra H said...

So beautiful is your card as are all your creations your so talented xx

Chrissy said...

Congrats on your new DT Tracy..and what an amazing and beautiful card..Fantastic colouring, love the scene and the post card...gorgeous.


Jill said...

This is just sooo perfect in every way. Amazing colouring and merging. LOVE it
Hugs, Jill