I used a digital stamp from Aurora Wings called Skull Faced Beauty with Roses for this recycled container. The design was colored with pencils and markers. The project contains diecuts, flower shaped buttons (shanks removed), ribbon and glitter. I used ink and a distressing tool to given the paper a worn look.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:
Aurora Wings FB - roses
Bunny Zoe - for the girls
Aurora Wings Challenge - #12 lucky colors (Spring colors)
Not Just Cards - #13 anything goes
Simon Says Wednesday - texture (buttons+distressing)
Left of Center - #66 diecuts+loc
Incy Wincy - distressing
Loves Rubberstamps - #140 ribbon
Through the Craftroom Door - anything goes
Inky Chicks - #47 flowers
Beautiful! I love that colorful image! Very pretty! You turned a simple container into something wonderful!! :)
Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!
Hi sweetie, wow this is simply stunning, thank you for joining us at Simon Says Challenge this time hugs Pops x
What a great take on this image, Wendy! Love the way you colored her with vibrant spring colors. Thank you for joining our challenge at Aurora Wings with your gorgeous project!
Artist/Owner Aurora Wings
What a gorgeous pop of colors! She looks fabulous all decked out for spring!
Thank you for joining us at Aurora Wings.
Fantastic image and coloring! Lovely way to alter a tin! Thanks for playing with us at Left of Center this week! ~Nanette, DT~
Thank you for sharing this gorgeous creation with us for our Lucky/Favourite Colours challenge at Aurora Wings. Huge Hugz, Lorraine xx
Love the colors and the image. Great job on the altered container! Thanks for joining us this week at Loves Rubberstamps! Rebecca
FAbulous coloring, Wendy! Truly a breath of fresh air. Thanks so much for joining our "Lucky Colors" challenge at Aurora Wings. xxD
Fantastic image and beautiful creation! Thanks for joining the Loves Rubberstamps Challenge this week!
Gorgeous altered box! I love the colors and the details. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with Through the Craftroom door this week.
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