For this card I used Sailboat of Dreams and had to place Testing the Waters behind her to create a scene! I colored the water quickly with all the blues in the B90s range then went back in with a white gel pen to give it some highlights. I wanted the effect to look a little chaotic like water usually is.
I used another felt sun, mainly because it was left over on my desk, but also it just seemed to fit. ;D The corners are new laser cut embellishments from Make it Crafty that I just got in the mail so of course I had to use them! They're covered with yellow and gold acrylic paint. (Supply list below.) Hope you like it!
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Your next stop on the hop is our special guest, Sandie!
I'd like to enter into the following challenges:
CES Challenge #36 (on holiday)
Creative Cowgirls Challenge (anything goes)
Stamps R Us Challenges (anything digital)
DT Hop: Little Darlings Blog Hop
Main Stamp: Sailboat of Dreams (LTS) and Testing the Waters (LTS) [digital versions]
Patterned Paper: Stella & Rose Hattie (MME)
Chipboard: Swirly Corners (MiC)
Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber: Gold and Sunshine Yellow
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Ten
Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E11, R11, R12
-browns: E41, E42, E43, E44; E07, E09, E18
-reds: R21, R24, R29
-oranges: YR12, YR14, YR18
-yellows: YR30, Y21, Y26
-greens: YG61, YG63, YG67
-blues: B91, B93, B95, B97, B99; BG70, BG72, BG75, BG11
-grays: 0, C1, C3
Did you know? The CSI effect, also known as the CSI syndrome and the CSI infection, is any of several ways in which the exaggerated portrayal of forensic science on crime television shows such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation influences its public perception. The term most often refers to the belief that jurors have come to demand more forensic evidence in criminal trials, thereby raising the effective standard of proof for prosecutors. Although this belief is widely held among American legal professionals, several studies have shown that crime shows are unlikely to cause such an effect.
Update: I was a top pick at Creative Cowgirls for this challenge!