I kept the embellishments simple on this card... actually if you haven't noticed, there's nothing but paper this time around! LOL The papers I found had all that I was looking for and then I used a colored Uni Cycle I had left over from a previous project.
The sentiment is from a local craft store and I thought it went well with the postage card look. The label and orange start circle is from another paper from the same paper pack. I colored Rosemary using the same color pallet and tried out a new skin tone combo as well.
I'd like to enter the following challenges:
Crafty Cardmakers Challenge #44 (red, white, blue)
Karens Doodles Challenges (layers)
A Spoon Full of Sugar #148 (let's celebrate)
StampFairy Challenge #19 (for the girls w/sentiment)
The Corrosive Challenge #112
(Home Sweet Home - postcards from home and a good book)
DT: Little Miss Muffet Challenges New Releases
Main Stamp: Rosemary (LMMS) and Uni Cycle (MiC)
Patterned Paper: Mod-Retro (DCWV)
Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E01, E02, E11, R12
-hair: E08, E09, E18
-browns: E41, E42, E43
-reds: R22, R24, R27, R29, R59
-yellows: Y32, Y35
-greens: YG61, YG63, YG67
-blues: C1, C3, C5, B91, B93
Did you know? "What Are Little Boys Made Of?" is a popular nursery rhyme dating from the early nineteenth century. In the earliest known versions, the first ingredient for boys is either "snips" or "snigs", the latter being a Cumbrian dialect word for a small eel. The rhyme sometimes appears as part of a larger work called "What Folks Are Made Of" or "What All the World Is Made Of". Other stanzas describe what babies, young men, young women, sailors, soldiers, nurses, fathers, mothers, old men, old women, and all folks are made of.