Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Toadstool Fascination by ching-chou kuik
The digi stamp, ToadstoolFascination, designed by ching-chou kuik, is available at Sweet Pea Stamps. I loved all the detail in this little stamp, the leaves, the birds, that hair (I love coloring hair), and of course the toadstools. This beautiful image is also available in rubber stamp form. Whether you want the digi format or the rubber stamp format, SPS has the stamp for you.
I started out by coloring Toadstool Fascination with Copics, with a little highlighting with a white gel pen. I trimmed the image and mounted her on Stampin’ Up! Buckaroo Blue and Early Espresso. My designer paper is from my stash, but I do know that I made the purchase from Hobby Lobby. There's a lot of layers and dimension going on.
Skin: E000, 00, 11, 13, BV000, Ro2, R20
Hair: E21, 25, 27, 29
Clothes & Birds: B32, 34, 37, 39, and
R02, 05, 08, 59
Mushrooms: R02, 05, 08, 59
Leaves: G40, 82, 85, 99
Background: W3, 2, 1, B32
Spellbinder’s Classic Circles
Memory Box Fabulous Flox
Memory Box Kaleidoscope Butterfly
Stampin’ Up! Sizzlits Large Delicate Doilies
Cheery Lynn Fanciful Flourish
Viva Décor 3-D Stamp Paint: Metallic Lt. Blue & Walnut Brown
Distress Ink: Gathered Twigs
Pearls from my stash
This month at Sweet Peas challenge blog, One Sweet Challenge, our theme is “things that go bump in the night.” That’s a fun challenge and perfect for October. If you use a SPS stamp, rubber or digi, we would love to see you little piece of art at our SPSFacebook group. Want to know all the happenings at Sweet Pea, hop on over to our SPS Facebook page.
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