Thursday, November 13, 2014

Visible Image Inspiration Thursday - Elegant Emma

Good morning, friends! Today I am sharing a card I created using Visible Image Elegant Emma Set. I am working on a Copic coloring class so a good friend let me borrow her Copics and I'm kinda in coloring heaven right now! I couldn't wait to ink up some of my Visible Image character stamps to color while I have them.

I started coloring this stamp inspired by the movie Frozen and then turned it into a Christmasy card. I have another idea brewing for this stamp that I will have to try. I added the pieces of red after I colored her but I think had I don't that first, I would have probably colored her dress red. Sometimes these things just take on a life of their own! I still love how she turned out. I used Imagine Crafts Vertigo Paper and die cut it with Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders to create the snowy banks behind her. I think it looks so cool because of the texture of the paper. I also used a Simon Says Stamp Holiday Frames to create my sentiment and add some snowflakes behind her.

Before I go, have you heard the amazing news?! Visible Image has been nominated for The British Craft Awards in the Best Stamp Range category. If you live in the UK, be sure to head over HERE to vote for Visible ImageHurry! Voting closes at 11.59pm on 19th December 2014.

Thank you for stopping by - I hope you enjoyed my card.

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Visible Image - Elegant Emma Set
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Copics: Skin - E000, E00, E11, R20, R24, BV23 / Hair - E40, E41, E42, Y11, BV23 / Dress - BG000, B00, B01, B04, BV23, C1, C2, 0 
Wink of Stella in Silver, Gold and Clear
PaperTrey Ink Kraft Cardstock
Versamark Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Authentique Paper Pad
Imagine Crafts Vertigo Paper
Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders
Simon Says Stamp Holiday Frames

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