Friday, June 18, 2010

Destination Paradise Mermaid

This cute little mermaid is a digi stamp by Dew Drop Craftz. 

This was such a fun card to make!  I used a Papertake Weekly sketch, colored her with Copic markers and added bling to her tail using Stampin' Up! Crystal Effects and Dazzling Diamonds.  I also added SU Crystal Effects to the puddle of water she's in.  

It was the perfect sketch to show her off, clean and simple.  The patterned paper is from that pack of Me & My Big Ideas I've been using lately, everything is matted in Basic Black and the body of the card is Stampin' Up! Taken With Teal.

Fun Challenges she's entered in:
Stamp Something - Something Summer 
Charisma Cardz - All About Bling 
Hand Full Of Stamps - Nothing Like A Little h2o 
Spoon Full Of Sugar - Enjoying The Sunshine 
Tuesday Throwdown - Celebrate Summer 
Quirky Crafts - Summer


Irena said...

Very pretty image, lovely colored, great papers.

Our Little Inspirations said...

What a CA-UTE mermaid image and you've colored her so perfectly! I LOVE the DP and how you colored those 2 fish to match her hair! At least I ASSUME you colored them, but either way it's a perfect match!

Karen Howard said...

Super cute, love the shimmer!

smarch said...

Jan, she's adorable. You did such a great job with the coloring and sparkle. I like the layout too.

Carla aka scrappypug said...

this is so cute! Love the colors too!

Maria Matter said...

this is so adorable, love the fishy paper!! great job Jan!

Laura said...

Very cute!I just admire your coloring.

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wonderful card- your coloring is outstanding! TFS

Leanne said...

Beautiful card!

Thank you for joining us at Charisma - good luck!

Leanne xx

Dot Scrap said...

Fantastic card. Looove the glitter.
Thank you so much for joining us at Stamp Something this week.
Dorte aka dot-scrap

Carrie said...

How cute!! Great choic of papers with this image and love the added sparkle on her tail.

Trish Hughes said...

how cute, love how everything matches!!! thanks so much for playing along with HFOS.