The ProMarkers are great for my headless ladies! Okay they are actually My Favorite Things stamps but I have always called them headless ladies. I am enjoying these stamps again since getting the ProMarkers and can't wait to make more cards with my other sets I have.
The patterned papers are Cosmo Cricket and the text paper is Little Yellow Bicycle. The card base is Stampin Up!. I added some Tim Holtz distress ink on the papers to give it an aged look. That and I wanted to play with the ink since I bought it a few weeks ago and haven't used it.
I stamped the image on white paper and colored it, then stamped on the orange floral paper and then cut out the one I colored and pasted it on the floral one. This gives the look of wallpaper to the image.
The flower is a Prima and I just added a ribbon loop behind the flower and then a button for the center. the little sentiment at the top was stamped on the same floral paper as the image. I rounded the end and added two brads to attach it to the card and then crinkled it a little just for some added interest *okie thinks she is stating the obvious here and then wonders if anyone ever even reads all this stuff*.
I made my lady have tan skin. Why you ask? BECAUSE I AM BROWN! So that was a good enough reason for me! *okie cracks up laughin* I used putty and tan in the ProMarkers. I shaded with the tan and it shows up ever so slightly. You might have to click the picture to see.
I stamped and colored another bath tub and then cut it out and pop dotted it on top of the other one. The bathtub was done with the Ivory and then shadowed with Ice Gray 1. The rug was done with Lime Green, Pear Green and Marsh Green. I used Pear Green and Marsh Green for the mirror frame. The mirror was with two different shades of gray and I can't remember which ones right now.
I added some glossy dimensions to the bubbles and the wine glass. You guys know how I love my glossy dimensions! Cutting the little bubbles that are on the wallpaper were a bit of a pain so on the other cards I just used a white gel pen to fill them in and then dot lightly with the Powder Blue marker. It worked out just fine.
I did stamp some extra bubbles and a bottle with the inside sentiment and gave them a little color also. I think it added a nice touch to the inside of the card.
So what do you think of today's card?? Be sure to come back tomorrow and see the Christmas card I will be posting!