Sunday, April 2, 2017

It's a boy!


The Less is More Challenge this week is to use three pastels.
Their sponsor this month is Lili of the Valley, which I love and have too many stamps from lol.
I used the Lili of the Valley Baby blanket and stamped it with Simon Says Stamp Intense black ink. My favorite ink of this moment. Copic or Spectrum safe and waterproof, so ideal for my watercoloring.

I used hotpressed watercolor paper from Schut and Distress inks (shaded lilac, cracked pistachio and tattered rose).
Not sure if flesh tones needed to be inclused, or the black of the stamping for that matter, but yeah too late  now...also I don't like no line coloring very  much.

After coloring the image I used a square die with stitch details fromMarianne Design to die cut out the image. I stamped the sentiment onto the cardbase with Versafine black onyx ink.
Mounted the panel with foamtape and attached it to the cardbase.

For more information on the Less is More Challenge, see this.

7 comments:

  1. Oh how cute! A wonderful little image and so beautifully coloured in pastel tones Maaike. Super CAS! Thanks for playing along with us at Less is More this week.

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  2. So sweet. Just the perfect image for this challenge. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

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  3. Super card, cute image beautifully coloured!
    Elaine

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  4. This is really cute! What a fab digi, and beautifully coloured in tranquil, pretty pastels. Perfectly CAS and looking fab! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

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  5. What a sweet image & your coloring is fabulous! Another great card, my friend.

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  6. This is super cute, Maaike! Your watercolouring is perfect and it is a beautiful pastel colour combo with the all of that lovely white space. Great to see you at Less is More this week :)

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  7. Absolutely adorable Maaike! The image is so cute and those colours look perfect on it. Love the highlights you captured on the clothes. A great layout too. Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Less is More xx

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