Saturday, 31 March 2018

Sassy - available FREE!


Hi Lovely Bloggers...

There is a fabulous surprise on the Kit and Clowder Facebook Page this weekend... you can get this gorgeous exclusive-to-Kit-and-Clowder All Dressed Up digital image as a Freebie! (available until 8 April)

I used Distress Oxides to create the blended background, then after colouring, fussy cut the image so that I could use foam pads to adhere her to the card, giving plenty of depth.



Card Info:
Image - All Dressed Up Sassy (available at Kit And Clowder), Die - Lil' Inkers Stitched Rectangles, Sentiment - Simon Says Stamp Thoughtful Messages, Colouring - Copics - Skin - E0000/000/00/11/04 R20, Hair - C5/7/9, Pinks - RV52/63/55/66/19, Distress Oxides - Wilted Violet, Picked Raspberry, Seedless Preserves

Now, if you look closely at her skirt, you can see that I've used teeny-tiny white gel pen dots on the top of the folds - to give the impression of sparkle..  because of course, she needed to shine!


The lovely Alyce at Kit and Clowder would love you to share what you make using Sassy on the Facebook page - and I'd love to see your makes too.

Happy Crafting...

6 comments:

  1. Super background and a lovely image, the fussy cutting looks great and does make her stand out.

    Kath x

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  2. Wonderful card, love your inked background with the white sentiment.
    Hugs Kaz xx

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  3. Beautiful Christine - I love the background. Happy Easter. xx

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  4. I think this is my new favourite image and you've done the girl proud. Love what you did with her skirt and her hair... for me, black hair is hard to do but you've aced it!

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  5. This is so beautiful Christine. Gosh I've been slow on my comments of late. Life has just been so full! But I love finding a moment for a good catch up. I missed this sweet creation and I utterly LOVE it! Your background is SO gorgeous!!! Love it to bits! I so want to go and have a play with my oxide inks now. Very inspiring. Hugs, Wends xoxo

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