Friday, November 20, 2009

Noel Faith



Happy Friday! Today I have a Sarah Kay image to share with you - Noel Faith. Isn't she a sweet one? The Sarah Kay stamps are always so much fun to color. Don't let the detail on the artwork intimidate you - it actually makes the coloring easier because a lot of the shadowing and highlighting are already there for you. I used Copics for most of my coloring, then then went back in and touched up with Prismacolor pencils. I first envisioned this image in soft pinks, so I don't know for sure how I got from there to here {grin}, except that these gorgeous papers from Graphic 45 were calling my name. Love the vintage look, and they seemed to fit the image so perfectly. I did a lot of sponging with my Ranger Distress inks and added in a lot of stitching to enhance the old-fashioned charm of the image. The lace trim mimics the ruffle along the bottom of the skirt, and buttons are placed at each scallop point for added interest.



Thanks for stopping by, and have a wonderful weekend! I'll see you tomorrow with my sample for a brand-new Sketch For You To Try. Until then, toodle-oo!



Stamps: Noel Faith (Sarah Kay from Stampavie)
Paper: Prismatics Brown Suede Dark card stock, Prismatics Simply Smooth Ivory, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Graphic 45 dp
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Antique Linen Distress, Ranger Vintage Photo Distress
Accessories: Copic markers, Prismacolor pencils, Gamsol, and blending stumps, petite oval Nesties, foam adhesive, lace trim, PTI buttons, May Arts ivory burlap string, sewing machine, paper piercer, Offray ivory satin ribbon
Size: 5 1/2 x 6 (a very odd size, indeed)

19 comments:

  1. Oh so beautiful! Those Graphic 45's are gorgeous!

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  2. Awww this is darling! I LOVE the colors and bow! The buttons and lace are perfect!! Beautiful!!

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  3. Amy, this is so pretty. Love the vintage look the colors and paper give.. Just beautiful!!

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  4. Another gorgeous creation! Love how all the details mimic the image. Beautiful!

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  5. It is a beautiful vintage design Amy. I especially love the lace touches. Gorgeous paper, I can see how it pulled you away from the pinks.

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  6. Simply gorgeous, Amy! I love the rich colors you chose. Your coloring is beautiful, and the design is absolutely perfect to showcase this stamp!

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  7. Oh my Amy! This is magnificent! Love the distress inks, the stitching, the buttons and lace and of course, the fab coloring you did. It looks so rich and very old fashioned:))

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  8. Beautiful card! The dp and buttons/lace are perfect for this image. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Oh Amy, this is absolutely perfect in every way. I marvel at all the detail and charm you work into every card. This one is truly exceptional!!
    --Hugs Becca

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  10. STUNNING!!! Your colouring is fantastic and love all the details - ribbon, lace, buttons, stitching! The paper is gorgeous (love Graphic45). Another stunning creation Amy!!

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  11. Beautiful! Coloring is my favorite part and I think you did great! I love your card design too. Going to check out those stamps now... :)

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  12. Es una maravilla de sello, los diseños son adorables y con tu coloreado ha ganado el doble, es preciosa esta tarjeta, tan navideña.
    Saludos. Buen fin de semana.

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  13. OMGosh, I love this, Amy!!! Gorgeous coloring and I just love the vintage feel! Wonderful!

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  14. This is beautiful! Love your card and the image.

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  15. So very charming. All the details of lace and buttons and beautiful bow are the perfect canvas for that sweet image. TFS! I love your work.

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  16. so sweet, love these images and your button and lace border!

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  17. Gorgeous, Amy! I love the vintage look! I hope to pop into a LSS this week and find some distressing inks. Not sure I can do vintage but I'm going to give it a whirl! Thanks for your inspiration!

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  18. hi amy!
    this is breathtaking! i adore sara kay!

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