Friday, May 27, 2011

Bellarific Friday: Colour Challenge

Hi all,

It's another wonderful Friday in blog land!  For this week's Bellarific Friday challenge on the Bloggabella, we were challenged to use 3 colours: Kraft, navy, and green.  These colours are kinda yummy!  They would definitely work for a guy's card, but I chose to make them girly anyway!

I just realized that I've used a Mo Manning image for the last THREE Bellarific Fridays!  I guess I just love them :-)

My base is Kraft CS, and the next layer is a navy piece of SU patterns DSP with some brown sponging on it.  That was matted with black CS, and the corners were punched with the Ticket Corner punch.  The next panel is a piece of white CS, matted with Handsome Hunter, and I added some paper piercing around the edges.  I added some Mellow Moss grosgrain ribbon around that layer.

I stamped Little Umbrella by Mo Manning onto Bella's Bestest Paper with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I coloured her with Copics and added some shading with Prismacolor Pencils and OMS.  I added some Antique Linen Distress ink around the outside, and matted the panel with black CS. 
I totally envy her, and I hope that's me soon...

Next week's challenge??? Masculine cards!  Make a card for a boy or man using any Stamping Bella image, and send it to Emily ( by Thursday night, and she will publish your card on the company blog on Friday, and you will be entered to win some Bella bucks!

Can't wait to see what you come up with - hope you enjoyed, and thanks for stopping by!


Kerri said...

nice card love your sand..thks for sharing

Ebru Vatansever said...

She is one of my favorite images and you have done a fabulous job colouring her Robin. I must also mention the sand looks so cool !!

Tammy Hershberger said...

You love those Mo images, like I love Mavis! LOL

Robin, this is OUTSTANDING! Your coloring absolutely ROCKS!

Jess-The Whimsical Butterfly said...

WOW, your coloring is AMAZING! This is a fantastic card!

Dana White said...

Robin you did an amazing job colouring her up! Stunning shading & nice to see a girl image used for these colours!

Crafty Cath said...

You've done an amazing job coloring this chicky! The sand, skin, 'kini all look great!