Today we'd like to introduce you to the beautiful "Rococo Cinderella" over at the Aurora Wings Showcase Blog!
With all those little details on her clothes she was really challenging to color, but I'm happy how she turned out.
This is my card for she showcase:
Also my 4 years old daughter, Amelie, wanted to color this beautiful image.
So we did a little coloring together (ok, not really "together" - she didn't want to let me look at her's, until she was done :-D She told me to make a dividing wall between her part of the table and mine *lol*)
(Please notice - her picture wasn't much bigger than mine - and mine was just about 10cm from the top of the feather to the bottom... I think, my little princess did a great job :-) What do you think? :-) )
I've colored the amazing Cinderella......
... with my Spectrum Noir (SN) and Copic Ciao (CC) Markers:
Clothes: (SN) PP3, (CC) R85, R59 for the red part,
(SN) EB1, (CC) E43, E25, E77 for the brown one.
Skin: (SN) FS2, TN2, TN3
Lace: (SN) HB1, BGR5, (CC) BV23
Flowers: Y11, Y15, YR23, E37
Leaves: G85, YG95, YG23
Let me show you some coloring details:
I added some Frantage Embossing Powder Shabby Pink around the image, the edges of the layering where swabbed with some Distress Ink Walnut Stain.
The tickets where also stamped in Walnut Stain and cut out by hand.
(Stamp: Marianne Design)
The ornament you can see at the background was made with a cutting die from Joy!Crafts.
The Butterflies are also stamps from Marianne Design, stamped with Walnut Stain and cutted out.
The pink ornament at the background was made with a cutting die from CrafTables.
A little bit more embellishments are found on the right side:
Olive branch die cuts (Memorie box), 2 pearl - pins, a little bit lace, and paper roses from Joy!Crafts.
Rococo Cinderella can be found at the Aurora Wings Etsy Shop, or directly at the Aurora Wings Digital Stamps Shop.
For more inspiration look at the gorgeous DT creations at our showcaseblog!!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
xx Karola xx