Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Watermelon Girl

Another post for the day...this one using a fun digital image by Mo Manning! This watermelon girl was so much fun to color with Copics! I used Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch in a 5 1/4" square version and I'm also playing along with The Shabby Tea Room Challenge with a "Think Spring" theme to use pink, green, white and a sewing element.  Isn't that such a yummy inspiration photo?!  I thought this stitched-edge flag stamp by Verve would be perfect for the sentiment!  I added "for real" stitching and some buttons for the sewing elements.

Here's my supply list...
STAMPS: Watermelon Girl digi by Mo's Digital Pencil, Super Dad (flag) by Verve, Lean on Me (sentiment) by Verve.
PAPER: Ooh La La For Her by MME, White, X-Press It Blending Card.
INK: Versafine Onyx Black, Melon Mambo.
ACCESSORIES: Subtles collection of buttons by SU, Die-Namics Rounded Banner STAX by MFT.
COPICS: Hair-Y23, Y26, E23
                Bloomers-R81, R83, R85
                Skin-YR000, E11, E13, BV11, R20
                Watermelon-YG0000, YG11, YG13, YG17
                Ground-E40, E81, YG91

Thanks for stopping by...I'm off to check out some spring flowers.  I do believe it might warm up and stay that way without frost warnings...finally!


Mary Ann said...

Love your card,Very pretty,love the colors!

Tracey said...

The perfect image for our challenge...its so sweet! Pretty card, thanks for joining us in The Shabby Tea Room !