Friday, 20 December 2013

GIC26: Pink with a pattern

Hi everyone!

It's time for a new challenge at the Graph'it Markers blog and it's the turn of Team B to provide you with some Graph'it inspiration! Our challenge this week is PINK WITH A PATTERN

I decided to use this really cute Sew and Sew digital stamp, illustrated by Emma Canning for Polkadoodles:


Graph'it Markers
Skin: 4180 4155 4115 4125 4120 Blush: 4135 4145
Hair: 3250 3245 3210 4110
Skirt: 8220
Pink Fabric: 5230 5130 5120 0000
Sewing Machine: 4110
Shading: 9503 9500 0000

I coloured the piece of fabric she is sewing in pink and then added a polka dot pattern using my blender pen.  I also decided to paper piece her shirt to match the background paperr.

I used the *NEW* brush nibs in three of the markes I used to colour her hair (3250 3245 3210).  Until now I have only added brush nibs to a few of the skin colours that I use, as I find I can achieve great blending using the bullet nibs and have therefore felt no need to swap all my chisel nibs to brush nibs.  However, I am really pleased with how fine I was able to make the strands of hair using the brush nibs, so I think I will invest in a few more packs and swap the chisel nib for a brush nib in the markers I like to use for different hair colours!

So now it's your turn to get creating! You have until Sunday 29th December 2013 at noon GMT to enter our Pink with a Pattern challenge. As always, there is an awesome prize up for grabs and the lucky winner of this challenge will be announced on the blog on Friday 3rd January.

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Hugs,


Supplies
Polkadoodles Sew and Sew digital stamp
Graph'it Markers
MFT Sew Nifty stamp set & die-namics
Echo Park 12x12 collection: Country Drive
Bazzill cardstock: Watermelon Sensation, Kraft
Silver mirror card
Colorbox Creamy Brown ink; Versamagic Wheat chalk ink; Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Pink/White baker's twine
Pink spotted ribbon
Tape measure ribbon
Buttons
Sewing Machine & natural thread
Die-cutting machine

How to:
1. Trim a 137x104mm piece of Clover Drive (CD16002) paper and a 137mm square of the reverse of Journaling Cards (CD16003) paper from the Echo Park Country Drive 12x12 collection. Ink edges in Creamy Brown. Adhere onto a 141mm square of pink card. Add machine stitching as shown. Layer onto a 143mm square of white card with edges inked in Wheat. Wrap with pink spotty ribbon. Layer onto a 148mm square of kraft card and adhere to the front of a 148mm square card base with the fold at the top.

2. Insert digital stamp image into a Word document and resize to 136 percent. Print onto white card then trim to 73x113mm. Colour image with Graph'it Markers (colours listed in main post) and paper piece top using the reverse of Sundress (CD16007) paper. Ink edges in Wheat and Creamy Brown. Add machine stitching. Layer onto a 77x117mm piece of pink card and adhere to centre of card front using foam pads.

3. Die cut dress form and cotton reel from kraft cardstock. Stamp detail in black. Stamp dress form image onto the reverse of Border Strip (CD16005) paper, cut out and glue to kraft dress form. Wrap cotton reel die cut in twine. Stamp sentiment in black onto a scrap of kraft card and tear edges. Adhere all 3 pieces to the card using foam pads.

4. Die cut scissors and thimble from silver mirror card. Fix thimble to card using foam pads. Adhere scissors using glue. Add buttons, ribbon bow and a piece of tape measure ribbon to finish.

1 comment:

  1. Good morning sweetie this is gorgeous I so love your creation, huggles Pops x x x

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