Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Blue Shoe Mojo

Hey, say that title fast and it sounds like a dish on a chinese food menu! LOL! 
When I finally sat down to stamp tonight at about 8:30pm, I looked at the colour challenge on Splitcoast (Not Quite Navy, Kraft, Baja Blue) and decided to make a card based on that and the Mojo Monday sketch challenge

I pulled out my Shoebag image from Stamping Bella cause I thought I could do a lot with the blues on it. Then my brain kicked into high gear...I've been wanting to give my Lyra pencils a little lovin', and wouldn't they show up beautifully on Kraft cardstock? was a question to myself cause this is only the second time I've used them. So I stamped the image with Memento black onto Kraft and coloured it with Lyra pencils, OMS and a stump. I did lots of layering and blending to get this result. I have to say, I'm quite pleased with it! I painted the bag with Angel Wings Shimmerz then added some Hero Arts gemstones. The image was cut out with circle nesties and layered onto a scallop of Not Quite Navy.

The card base is Kraft, then a layer of Not Quite Navy. The patterned paper is from the Making Memories Paperie line. I used just a smidge of Baja on the card...the little circles behind the white flowers from my SU Pretties kit. I finished off the flower centers with some shimmery blue jean dots from Stamping Bella. we ever have enough???  :)

Thanks for stopping by!


Nancy said...

This is gorgeous from 'head to toe', Karen. Time to play with pencils again!

Anonymous said...

OMG, this rocks! I love it! Well done on the sketch!

Shannan Teubner said...

WOWEE, girl!!! This rocks!!

Leslie said...

Never mind the shoes....I want the purse!! Lovely colouring job with the Lyra pencils.

Nicky said...

What an amazing card, and your colouring is fab, keep those Lyra's out and keep using them.


Stamp and Smile said...

Just the cutest!! I love your Mojo Monday card... The Coloring is FABULOUS and I enjoy the bling! TFS! :)

Yankee in England said...

Love the card! The colors are great. Good job on the sketch.