Here is my card:
I was inspired by the play/movie, Romeo and Juliet. I started with a card base of GKD Black Onyx and layered with some beautiful patterned paper from the Webster's Pages Hollywood Vogue collection. I merged two images from Make it Crafty, Julliette and Victorian Chaise. You can find both in the Make it Crafty store here. I printed the merged image on Cryogen White and colored with Copics. I added a bit of sparkle to the flowers on her dress and in her hair with Spica pens. My sentiment is from Paulette at Create With TLC. I finished my card with a flourish made with the Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish die and a few Wild Orchid Crafts roses airbrushed to match my paper with my Copic system.
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WOW Carla....I am in awe of this creation....it is just beautiful! I've got to learn about the merging of two or more images....haven't tried that but love the results!!!ReplyDelete
So gorgeous Carla - your colouring of her dress is outstanding and that paper is very lovely :)ReplyDelete
WOW! That is some amazing coloring. Fabulous job. :)ReplyDelete
Wow. What a stunning image and design. I love how you nestled the image into the flourish; it speaks of affectionate love. Your coloring is amazing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your lovely comments on my first still life painting. You really encouraged me.
This is funny I'm trying to coloring Julliette and the Victorian chaise also you did a fantastic job. I was wondering what the bunch a fabric was that is around her waist and I see it is a blanket I was not sure about that area. I love the colors you used. I'm trying violets. Your card turned out wonderful.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card Carla. Beautiful coloring and such an inspiration to learn to do the pleats. I love everything about this card.ReplyDelete
Wow beautiful colourd Carla!ReplyDelete
Wow, this is totally gorgeous Carla. Love the soft colouring you get with the Copics :) She's a beautiful Juliet.ReplyDelete
oh but your coloring is perfection!!! this is super gorgeous GF!ReplyDelete
OMG Carla, Your coloring is totally awesome and your card is gorgeous. One of these days when you have a few extra minutes could you let me know what colors you used on her dress. I love it! Got blog candy if you get a chance to stop by. "Hugs"ReplyDelete
Stunning Carla. You have done a fantastic job!ReplyDelete
Your card is beautiful! I love the colors you used. Thanks for sharing. Edwina BrownReplyDelete
This is stunning. Your coloring is over the top gorgeous!ReplyDelete
This card is absolutely gorgeous!ReplyDelete
What a lovely card - great job!ReplyDelete
Absolutely fabulous work on this card, Carla! Very romantic, too.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh.. LOVE the coloring on her skirt. WOW that is awesome. That color is so pretty. Great job.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card - saw it on The Outlawz. Just lovely. I am also one of your newest followers. I love the variety of your work!ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous. I love how you colored her!ReplyDelete