Friday, March 4, 2011

The Bonny Lass with the Green Hair

My turn for our second House of Gilli challenge. Our Hostess with the Mostess, anaRy, (and it being March) challenged us to use green. The Gilli I selected for my project is Burlesque Gilli, and I definitely used green! LOL  This was another fun one! Do some of you remember the movie The Boy with the Green Hair? This is where I got the idea for the green hair.

The cardstock I used is from Stampin’ Up! in Basic Black.  The designer paper I purchased from Michaels and it’s the Amy Butler series from K&Company. I also used the Spellbinder’s die in the Large Deckled Rectangles. The deckled edges were enhanced with Smooch Ink in Kiwi and Illuminate.


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My flowers I used are from the Little Flower Pack. These are so fun! You color them to match your project.  I used two sizes and colored them with Copics in YG21 and W02, and then sprayed with Glimmer Mist Pearl. The skeleton leaves are from the “Color Me Series” also. I sprayed them with Glimmer Mist Sweet Clover.  The other embellishment is the green Magnolia Shabby Chic Chandelier Garland.

Other challenges for Burlesque Gilli:
Splitcoast Stampers sketch SC314 (sketch to the right)
Craft Your Passion Challenges – Getting Girlie
Papertake Weekly – Anything goes with something old (rhinestones from my stash)
Copic Musketeers - Spring

Thanks for stopping by! I so hope you join us in this challenge. And if you use a Gilli in your project, don’t forget to join and post your little piece of art at House of Gilli at Yahoo and the Gilli Gallery on Flickr.


Aletha

7 comments:

Mel said...

Aletha, your card is gorgeous and I love your shades of green. Thank you so much for joining us at CM.

Danielle said...

Very pretty card, Aletha! Very spring-like with all the shades of green. Thanks so much for joining us at Copic Musketeers.

Ann said...

Aletha ~ Your card is striking! I love the shades of green you used and those flowers are gorgeous.

Berenice R. said...

Such a pretty card! :)

Sammibug said...

Wow, love this lil green haired girl! Fabulous card! Thanks for sharing with us in our Girly Girl challenge at Craft Your Passion.

ThePurplePlace said...

Love Love Love your take on GREEN! I think your coloring is always so inspiring an it's a joy to see your wonderful cards!

This Gilli is perfect for the challenges and you did a fabulous job!!

Makes me SMILE!! :)

Sara said...

This is awesome! I am not fond of green; until today! You make it look so wonderful! Hope you are having a wonderful day! Happy Creating! Sara

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