My first Betty Boop card!
I was rather excited by last weeks challenges on SCS.
Here they are:
Monday: Try a New Technique TLC274 That Old Black Magic
Tuesday: Color Combination CC272 Real Bermuda Krafts
Wednesday: Sketch Callenge SC281
Thursday: Ways to Use it WT272 Paint
Friday: Free For All F4A14 Inspired by a Collection
Click here to see the challenge thread!
On this card I used the cuttlebug to create the circular background. Then I used the the SU white craft pad to ink the raised areas. I colored the interior of the circles with the aqua colored watercolor pencil then I went around the exterior of the circles with the red watercolor pencil. One of the challenges was to use paint so I pulled out my pearlex paints using a blue with the aqua watercolor pencil and using red and gold with the red watercolor pencil. I used the gold to bring out the gold in the dirt in the main photo and the gold on the Kraft colored cardstock.
I used Black cardstock for the main card and the embossed layer - the layer inbetween is White cardstock.
The two larger sections are layered opposite of each other in real red and bermuda bay. The Betty Boop image is coloring book image I found online. I shrunk it to fit the card. I colored this with Tria Pantone and Primsma color markers. Then I took the crayola True to Life colored pencils and used it over the background and then brough in the pearlex paint as well. The black dots are stickles.
Images: Betty Boop (coloring book)
Cardstock/Paper: black, red, Bermuda bay, Kraft, white
Ink: Palette Rouge, Tria and Prismacolor markers
Accessories: stickles, pop dots, creative memories cutting system, cuttlebug
Techinques: layers, sponging, watercolor pencil, painting