Thursday, August 19, 2010

Dreamy Mermaid


Hello! I have made a quick card today (well, quick once I figured out what I wanted to do - that part took FOREVER!) that uses one of Elaine Cox's beautiful mermaid images (called Dreamy Sandcastle), one piece of cardstock for the card, one piece of DP and 2 ribbons. I am happy with the final, simple look, but I spent hours putting things on and taking things off! I finally decided to just let the sweet mermaid be the star!

The Details:
Stamps: Elaine Cox's Dreamy Sandcastle (Plate 52), sentiment from ching chou kuik's Plate 20 - both from Sweet Pea StampsPaper: Fancy Pants Designs, Nautical Blue Dark (Prism), White for image (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Vintage Photo Distress Ink, Walnut Stain Distress Ink
Copics:
Skin: R00,E00,E11,R20
Hair: Y15,Y17,YR04,YR09, E08
Tail: R24,R29,R39,E08.E18
Sky: B91,BG10Water: B95,B97,B99
Sand: E30,E31,E33,E35
Misc: Ribbon (brown - SU, Scarlet Jewel - Papertrey Ink)



My Hint for the Guess the Baby Pic contest: I liked to wear red even then!

:-)Traci

7 comments:

Angela said...

Traci, with that DP, Sentiment, ribbon and of course your GORGEOUS coloring this doesn't need anything!! I LOVE THE COLORS!!! I ahd a blast coloring this image, especially her hair!!
Hugs:)
Angela

Sparkle said...

What a lovely card!

Tonje said...

Beautiful card. I love the simple look! That's how most of my cards end up... even though, like you, I spend hours putting things on and taking them off again...

Leanne said...

Beautiful card Traci. Love that image and that sentiment is perfect. The ocean is prety cool too. Have a great weekend!!

Berenice R. said...

So beautiful! :)

Tasha said...

Traci your card is beautiful, love the colours you have used and layout
love tasha xx

Amy said...

The drama of your fab coloring and the rich colors in that DP are really all this beautiful card need! Love it! :)