I've recently discovered the joys of digi images, which no doubt you can tell by the number of cards I've recently made LOL. About a month ago I got "Cool Waitress" by The Paper Shelter. The minute I saw her I fell in love with her. She reminds me of Grease, one of my all time favourite movies.
This time I practiced my hair technique. I've been wanting to get what I call a more natural look, with wisps of hair. I feel that I achieved this and I'm keen to practice some more with various colours.
The paper I used is "So Sweet" by BoBunny. It is very pretty and to me quite girly with its pinks, blues and browns.
I've taken several different shots of my card. I hope that you like it. Here it is:
Full view of card
Close up of Cool Waitress by TPS
Close up of hair
Close up of roller skates.
I had a pair just like this growing up.
I used the spica 0 clear marker to bling them up
close up of ice cream cone stack
This was fussy cut from the 6"x6" BoBunny So Sweet paper pad
Close up of the sprinkles I added to three of the ice cream cones.
- Digi: Cool Waitress by The Paper Shelter
- Cardstock: Stampin' Up! & Bazzill Bling
- Paper: 6"x6" BoBunny So Sweet
- Bling by unknown company
- Green Tara Paper String "Blue Turquoise"
- Royal Coat Dimensional Magic
- Suze Weinbery's Beadazzles "Purple Rain"
- Spellbinders: Nestabilities Long Rectangle
- Copics: E50, E51, E53 (Skin) / E31, E33, E35, E37 (Hair) / RV13, RV14 (Hat & Uniform) / RV13, RV14, 100 (Wheels) / RV13 (Bubblegum) / B93, B95, B97 (Apron, Hat, Earring & Eyes) / E02 (Fries) / R46, R59 (Cup & Lips) / E04, E25, E29 (Food packaging) / W7 (Tray) / Spica 0 Clear