Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Drucilla

Good morning all.

Did you enjoy yesterday's release?? There will be a lot more to show over the next few days so keep looking out for it.

Well, the kids are off school this week so don't get a lot of time to craft nor blog. Phoebe is easily bored so I have to keep her entertained and I tell you, it gets harder and harder playing princesses when you feel like a granny lol. At 51 I don't excactly feel like Sleeping Beauty :).

I did get a little time the other day and decided to try some experimenting. I am not sure whether it worked but it does look better in RL ......



......... I stamped Drucilla with Versamark and then embossed with WOW! white embossing powder. I used my Promarkers for colouring but didn't want a lot. I rather like how this turned out but not entirely sure - what do you think?!

MATERIALS USED

Drucilla by Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps
The paper and self-adhesive ribbon is from Papermania
Prima flowers
pearls
pins

CHALLENGES

Allsorts Free and easy
Kraftin' Kimmie # 115 Pins and pearls
Totally Gorjuss # 118 Lurve
Unscripted sketch # 145

Thank you for dropping by and have a super day. Hugs, Mette

6 comments:

SophiePScrap said...

It's quite out of the ordinary to emboss a character stamp! It almost has the look of a negative. Very interesting!

June Nelson said...

OOh OOh I love this how different Mette its great and I cant sto p looking at it,I have to try this, thanks so much for the inspiration me darling and have a lovely day xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

dstandard said...

Such a cute card! Thanks for playing at Unscripted Sketches!

Linda Beeson said...

Now she is just plain cute!!! Gotta love your coloring and nice use of the Unscripted sketch too.

Geri said...

"Drucilla" absolutely pops right off the page by being embossed! Clever! I love all the small details that you incorporate into your card (faux stitchin, hat pins, brads). Thanks for sharing your card with us this week at Unscripted Sketches :)

A_plus said...

I like it! Ths effect looks very cool. I've been actually wanting to do the same thing...but I just love colouring with my copics sooo much.