Hello everyone! Sexy girl I said... of course, not me! Vivienne! One of my new stamps, I was dying to play with! I also saw a challenge last week asking for no DPs and the talented Coops, who keeps doodling, and whose blog you can visit here, and I thought I would like to try to make my background for this card. It is also based on a film (Cabaret), and I took inspiration from the DVD (for the colour of the background and sentiment), which you can see here. I am entering it into the following challenges:
Copic Colour Challenge - Challenge 60 - Use B93, E47, Y23 (used Y21 instead)
Simon Says Stamp - Let's go to the movies AND dry embossing (Cabaret)
ABC Challenge - S is for Sparkle (glitter card, glitter on the image, crystals)
Stamp Something - Something Layered (lots of layers of papers, I think)
And I would have liked to take part in the Kraftin' Kimmie Challenge, which is One for the Boys... Vivienne is meant for men I think, but I do not think that's what they expect and they would probably refuse my entry!!
So, here is my card and small explanation after the recipe.
Stamp: Vivienne - Kraftin' Kimmie
Copics: 0, B00, B91, B93, B95, B97, E000, E00, E35, E47, E57, G16, Y21
Ink: Distress Ink (faded jeans)
Tools: ink blending tool, Shapeabilities die (Flourish Accent), CB folder (swiss dots)
For the three rectangles in the background I used Distress Ink trying to have light coming from the middle, but the frame around the image is a piece of CS I coloured with my B97 Copic. Then I used the colourless blender for the dots and lines and pasted my image on the "frame".
I guess that's all for now! You can leave a comment if you like, your comments mean a lot to me!