Today Stacy picked Wendy - Nin Nin for the featured stamper. I was amazed when looking at her gallery. Her coloring is unbelievable. And then I looked at pictures of her studio. WOW!!! Mine is nothing like that I tell you.
The card I picked to case is, http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...;ppuser=219384. I used a Sugar Nellie stamp from long ago. I started to color her with prisma colored pencils and Goo Gone - a very smelly replacement for gamsol. It was taking me a long time, and I am not patient, so I decided to paper piece the rest of my image. I also did some paper piercing and dry embossing.
Wendy, I hope you enjoy being featured stamper. It was a great idea that Stacy pointed you out.
Date: Sunday, February 10, 2013 GMT Views: 511
Registered: March 31, 2008 Location: Eastlake, OH Posts: 16116
Sun, Feb 10, 2013 @ 4:36 PM
She is SO adorable and love the paper you chose to match! You did a beautiful job coloring and paper piecing her and love that ribbon- some day I may even have success doing that! What a charming card!
Registered: January 29, 2006 Location: Mount Forest,Ontario Canada Posts: 8742
Mon, Feb 11, 2013 @ 4:00 AM
Adorable, Kim. I love this sweet gardening image and her pink and green color palette. The bling reminds me of vintage crystal cabinet knobs (I'm putting them on my new cupboards:)!! I'm also going to use my goo gone but not for prismas--lots of sticky window and appliance marks to get off of the new stuff.
I KNOW, EH??!!! Wendy's stamp room!!! I tell you...I have a white chandelier in my new craft room because of seeing her space on pinterest a few weeks back:) I'll be checking back for more ideas...Hope all is well with you ~ hugs
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Registered: May 10, 2006 Location: Westminster, CO Posts: 22565
Mon, Feb 11, 2013 @ 3:33 PM
Goodness. So darling and so many wonderful details...my favorite being the embossing and your paper piercing....yeah! It's back.
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