Monday, February 13, 2017
Let Your Hair Down with Paper Nest Dolls
I have a very sweet project for you today. The rubber stamp that I used today is from Paper Nest Dolls, entitled “Let Your Hair Down” Isn’t she the cutest? Christine Young is the designer and artist. Check out her shop. She has rubber stamps and digital images available.
Skin: E000, 00, 11, 13, R20;
Dress: BG10, 11, 13, 18, T5, and
R21, 22, 29;
Hair: Y23, YR21, E15, 18;
Roses and flowers in hair: R21, 22, 29,
with gold gel pen for accents.
My oval frame was cut with a Spellbinder’s die out of Ocean Mist 100# cardstock from Gina K Designs. I also used Gina K’s “Here Comes the Sun” designer paper for my background. As you can see in the picture, my card layers are the designer paper, Gina K’s 120# White, and more of the Ocean Mist. My final touches are the flowers and flat-backed red pearls, all from my stash.
“Let Your Hair Down” will be entered in the following challenges:
613 Avenue Create – Anything Goes w/optional twist
All Sorts Challenge – Hearts and/or Flowers
Artistic Inspirations Challenge Blog – Anything Goes
Thanks for stopping by. If you have any questions, please contact me. Most of my used products are listed below.
Some affiliated links are listed below at no cost to you. The supplies for making this project were purchased by me, but if you click on the pics below and make a purchase, I will receive a commission. I want to thank everyone for their continued support of my art.
The legends for all affiliated/non-affiliated links are:
I am so sorry that this is so late! You still have time, so you won't miss a thing. Head over to Scrapbook.com for the 20%-50% on ...
My third one for this week! I hope that I can keep this up! LOL This clean and simple card is not as “stiff” as my first one. You ca...
Well, it’s been a while for me not being in blog land. I hope that I can remedy that over the next several months. I have had pneumonia of...
Hi all. I thought I needed to pop in and show you this little card I made. As you know this is my first year for “The Daily Marker’s ...