So, hopefully you have clicked on the link to the jump start for this one in the IC thread to the fine gardening magazines Pinterest boards. This is what caught my eye. I did warn you it does not look much like what caught my eye, and yet I am fairly pleased with this. I have not played with this sign die or this gal before and so, when I got the idea I knew she was a "kid" so, I decided to add the pots of lavender because, she looks very short in front of this sign with nothing there. I did use some of the watercolors on the brick embossed flooring in the crevices to add some shadows ( which is impossible to see now) and I had colored her skin with markers and then went over the top with some complexion watercolors I had not played with as of yet, and they did give her a very molted look while the paint was wet over the markers but, it doesn't really have much color that I can see now that it is dry. You can find this challenge here to play along with us, tfl.
Date: Friday, July 17, 2020 GMT Views: 541
Stamps: My Favorite Things Greener Pastures, Impression Obsession sentiment,
Paper: Neenah solar white, SU baked brown sugar, Gina K black, ( two differernt prints) unknown, Scraps for pots and flowers, Coredinations Icecream (base)
Paper Size: 6" Square
Ink: Versafine Clair Nocturn
Accessories: Hero Arts Jan 2019 MMH sign die, Memory Box simple garden pots, long Stemmed lavender & lavender bunch dies, Tim Holtz brick embossing folder, Daniel Smith & Prima complexion watercolors, Copic Markers