Friday, 19 June 2020

A little glamour

We could probably all do with a little glamour in our lives right now, I suspect there's a lot of leisure wear, pyjamas and quite a few bad hair days going on! Ruth has set today's challenge over at Daring Cardmakers and the theme is glamour - whatever makes you feel like a movie star!

I made a card for a friend who is a musician. She sometimes plays for shows so a stamp called "Show Girls" seemed like a good idea - I was lucky enough to win a Lost Coast challenge a while ago and chose this stamp as part of my prize, I think these girls are great fun! My friend loves purple and although she's unlikely to be caught in this sort of outfit, she does love a bit of glamour (more usually in the form of nail polish, make up and a shiny or sparkly dress).

The girls are stamped and masked then a couple of purple inks smooshed on using a piece of acetate. A bit of simple copic colouring, a few sequins and a doodled grounding finish it off.

Stamps:
Show girls (Lost Coast Designs)
Birthday (Letter It range by Ranger)

Paper:
Bristol board

Ink:
Brilliance by Tsukineko (Graphite Black)
Tim Holtz Distress and Oxide by Ranger (Dusty Concord, Wilted Violet)

Other:
Copic markers
Sequins
Black fineliner
Corner Chomper

Hope you are keeping safe and well, whever you are. Thanks for stopping by!

4 comments:

jenny Ginger Ninja Crafts said...

Such a fun card, I love your dancers with the purple, perfect for glam!
Have a lovely weekend Joanne
Jenny x

ionabunny said...

Lovely to see you using this fun stamp and the smooschy colouring fits it perfectly. Gorgeous card. Hugz

Waverunner said...

You always pleasantly surprise me with the diversity of your work! One reason I always look forward to seeing what you are up to!

The girls are fun and I like the idea of the smoosh for them. The loose edges reminds me of the frilly underlayers of costumes for vintage showgirls.

Stay safe and hugs
Margot

Svenja said...

Fun! And a great take on the glamourous theme - I should have thought of using that stamp myself...