Monday, March 11, 2013

You are amazing...

Olo!

So is everyone who sprung an hour forward yesterday feeling caught up yet? I have to admit that by the time Talking Dead came on at 10pm I was feeling pretty tired. But I powered through and managed to finish my show before falling asleep. Boy, does that make me a light weight or what? I guess the reality is that the crazy 1am and 2am nights of my youth are long gone, LOL! ;)

Anywho, yesterday I got an email for 20% off your purchase at the SOG store and since it has been ages since I got any of their digis I figured it was a good time to get a few off of my wish list and onto my computer. I printed out all my new SOG cuties but Sway Mae won out for being the first one I colored up. I love that she is just pretty and generic enough to work for a number of different card themes.
And since I had Mae ready to go I figured I might as well check out the March sketch challenge and see if it could help me finish the whole thing off. Since I printed out Mae on the larger side she was a bit too big to go on a horizontal card like the sketch but it was really easy to take the inspiration and make it work on my vertical card. The papers are new Dear Lizzy Lucky Charm and the floral print in the corner worked perfectly as the design element I needed behind the banner in the sketch... doesn't get much easier than that! 
If that wasn't enough, I'm also entering this into the Oozak challenge which is spring themed cards. I figured Mae looks like she is walking through a beautiful spring garden enjoying some sunshine in her flirty new dress, so why not?

Well, it's time for me do go do the ol' hair and make up thing. Have a good one everybody! :)   
Supply list:
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- Dear Lizzy (Lucky Charm)
digital stamp- Some Odd Girl (Sway Mae)
stamps- Technique Tuesday (sentiment), Papertrey Ink (stitches)
ink- Memento espresso truffle and Colorbox creamy brown
American Crafts puffy sticker
Kaiser Craft gems
Papertrey Ink border die
Sharpie white marker
Sakura clear glaze pen
Copic markers:
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, R22, BV20
eyes- YG91, BG72, BG75, BG000, 0
hair- E50, YR31, YR82, E33
clothes- B26, B29, BV29, R83, R85, R37, T5, T7, T9

14 comments:

Heidi Brawley said...

Oh she is super Adorable!!!! The whole card is BEAUTFUL!! We don't change our clocks here in AZ. It has it's good points and bad points. Brooke made 3 cards yesterday to my none. I only got my image colored and die cut out was all. She is entering 2 of her cards into 2 challenges. One for the Kraftin Kimmie challenge and the other for the Whimsy challenge.
Have an Amazing week doll!
Hugs, Heidi & Brooke

Chitra Nair said...

I really love her big eyes.. I love how you kind of sprinkle the rhinestones..Even I want to try it once, maybe I have to free my hands a little bit more..
Beautiful card Amy...

Kelly Schelske said...

She is so sweet Amy!!

Dora said...

O wow Amy, this is awesome... loove loove her blue dress and style of your card :) .. you also reminded me that I bought one of their stamps last month and I still haven't used it !!!

scrapn_momof2 said...

Adorable. Love your coloring as always.

Rhonda Miller said...

This is beautiful.

Billie A said...

love the eye colors, the dress and the whole card.. again a beautiful card.

Julie D. Richards said...

She turned out sooo pretty. Gonna add her to my shopping cart before the coupon expires, my first SOG purchase.

Damaris said...

So pretty. Love that shadowed pleat on the dress.

x0, Damaris

Juls said...

This is just adorable!! I love it!! Hugs Juls

Kimberli Sarsfield said...

Wow! Her hair and eyes are SO beautiful! I can't stop looking at the pretty BG/YG eye combo! The colors of her dress are fantastic and the whole card is just plain awesome!

Tress said...

Oooo! The depth in shading you've achieved on her dress is amazing! And those eyes! Stunningly beautiful!

Leah Crowe said...

absolutely stunning Amy! Loving her eyes.. wow!

Anna Sigga said...

Beautiful card and I love her dress!!
Thanks for joining us over at the SOG blog!