One of my very earliest childhood memories is of coloring with a babysitter. I was a tow-head then and this scene really brings it all back! Probably down to the paint spots on the smock & the wall (should have made that the floor, eh?)!
The image was printed out twice, colored with Copics, one was fussy cut into 3 sections, edges colored with black and finally sculpted to round the pieces. The three sections were the legs, head and the smock & they were attached to the first print out with glue in places I wanted to recede (as in the neck, right arm and shoes) and with foam tape where it should stand out (her head, left arm and lower smock.) The smock was obviously paper pieced from Basic Grey paper (matched with the BG yellow DP used as matting.)
The inside consists of scraps from the three papers used on the front.
All products are listed in detail below.
This card should be eligible for the following
Fussy & Fancy #88 - Anything Goes
Basic Grey #93 - Mix 'n' Match
Clear It Out - Anything Goes
Through the Craft Room Door - Anything Goes
SUPPLIES AND TECHNIQUES
IMAGES: The focal image is "Little Artist" from The Sugar Coated Cottage
used for the images; both the yellow mat and the paper piecing DP is from Basic Grey's "Out of Print"; base CS is stash.
EMBELLISHMENTS: brads are from stash and the photo corners were rubber stamped & hand cut.
May you color with abandon, create wildly and always make what amuses you!