All Dressed Up new release time!
Hi All! It is that time of the month again… That’s right All Dressed Up has a new release. I got to color up this super cute rocking horse image. I certainly will not have to make many Christmas cards this year! My design teams have been rocking (Pun Intended!) the holiday images for me. Now, on with the show and tell…
Is this little girl not the cutest? And her little bunny too?!
I used my (new fave) oval hot foil plate to put behind her. I used Speckled Aura Glimmer foil and the Spellbinders Glimmer paper.
- Rocking Horse: E37, E35,E33, E31, W6, W5, W4, W3
- Skin/Horse Ear/Bunny Ear: E11, E21, E51
- Jumper/Holly: YG17, YG13, YG11
- Bows/Shirt: R27, R24, R22
- Saddle/Bridle: BV20, E74, E71, E70, R24
- Hair: E99, YR24, YR23
- Star: YR23, Y15, Y11, Y00
- Bunny: C3, C2, C1
- Bows in Horse Mane: YG09
- Card Base of Accent Opaque White 120lb
- Snowflake pattern paper cut with rectangle die, adhered with tape runner
- Field Day layer cut with trimmer, adhered with fun foam and 1/4 inch double side adhesive
- Oval glimmer hot foil die used with Aura Glimmer foil on Glimmer Specialty Paper, cut with whimsy retired die, adhered with tape runner
- Image printed on Hammermill, colored with various Copic Markers, cut with Scan N Cut, adhered with foam squares
- Sentiment stamped with Versamark on base paper, heat embossed with gold powder, cut with word window, adhered with foam squares
- Green gems added for bling
- Envelope embellished with coordinating paper and 6 inch double side adhesive
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That rocking horse actually looks fuzzy soft! How did you do that?!!!
Karen, by adding a tiny bit of colored pencil in the same shade over the copic. You can also do this trick to deepen a shadow without having to oversaturate with marker. I use Prismacolors to do this and have them all swatched to what Copic they work with color wise.
Such a cute image! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! All Dressed Up has super sweet images.