Meet 'Rose Sprite'.
I really love this image and wanted to create something a little different with her.
I created the flower pot in the Silhouette studio software and cut it out of Kraft card.
Next I went crazy and decided to crop the image 3 times, to place behind the flowerpot to look like a pot of Roses - Wow, that was a lot of Roses to colour, I think in all it took about 5 hours.
I used Copics in a mix of oranges and pinks and am really pleased with the colour I achieved. I lightly went over the top with a pink Prisma colour pencil and also a burgundy pencil for some deeper shading.
I raided my ribbon stash and actually found a ribbon that perfectly matched the color of the Roses.
Finished off with a few gems, a tattered lace corner and a spellbinders butterfly.
I love how this card turned out and am not so sure I can part with it, although my lovely Sister does have her birthday in October and I know she would appreciate the hours spent coloring it :)
Please do go and look at the other wonderful projects on the Showcase Blog by my team mates and if you would like to buy the image it is available here.
Mitzi has also kindly given us a lovely discount code to use at the easy store this weekend.
Thanks for stopping by.
Challenges I would like to enter:-
Crafting-with-friends - Anything Goes
Creative Fingers - Anything Goes
Fussy & Fancy - Fantasy
C.R.A.F.T Challenge - Bling
In the Pink - For a Friend
CMD Challenge - Flower Power
Copic Markers Spain - Anything Goes
Dies r Us - Hot Colours
The Pencil Case - Brights
Addicted to Stamps - Make your Mark