Saturday, 18 June 2016

Stripy Scarf

A while back I admired the colour co-ordination of someone's card and discovered they had started by choosing a patterned paper and then colouring their image to match. That's not normally how I operate but I tried it here.

The stripy papers were a magazine freebie from long, long ago, as were the chipboard embellishments. The image is from Pure Innocence range, coloured with Promarkers and I added a little Wink of Stella on the heart and snowball.

I'd like to enter:
Just Add Ink  stripes
Christmas Sweet Stampin  warm, winter clothing
Addicted to Stamps  holiday


9 comments:

  1. Love your fabulous stripey, coordinated card, the image is soooo cute! xxx

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  2. Great idea to match the image with the background. This is a terrific card

    Love Chrissie xx

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  3. This is adorable, Marina! Great use of stripes, and your paper-piecing looks fabulous. Thanks for joining in the fun at Just Add Ink this week!

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  4. Such a sweet image Marina - I adore the way you've coloured her - showcasing the touch of snow and bird on her glove tells a story! And your co ordination with your stripey paper brings it all together so beautifully. Thanks for sharing with us Just Add Ink this week :-)

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  5. What a fabulous stripey creation Marina! I love that you paper pieced some of your snow PI girl. Great colouring to match too! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.

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  6. This is genius!! Did you cut out those areas with a knife so we could see the paper thru it?? Amazing, its such a cool effect and your colouring skills are incredible too. So very glad you shared this with us at Just Add Ink this week!!

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  7. Good grief, I'm back again! Didn't realise you had linked this to ATSM as well, so glad you joined us there as well this week!

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  8. Love the paper piecing on your sweet PI image. Thank you for playing at Christmas at Sweet Stampin'. Tracey x

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  9. Lovely card.

    Thanks for sharing at CASS.

    Susan

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