Hello there, Lisa here today with a card featuring some stencilling and a Beautiful Girl. The girl in question today is Jordan Girl and I thought I would pair her with the Floral Stencil. Isn't she just so pretty? I am a huge fan of the Beautiful Girls range - I love to colour them.
First off I stamped Jordan Girl onto some Neenah 80lb cardstock using Black Hybrid Ink. I coloured her with Copics (marker numbers are listed at the end) and then die cut her with the coordinating die.
It's been a while since I had the Floral Stencil out and I thought it would make a pretty background for Jordan. So I masked off a small section at the bottom of my white panel and then taped the stencil down over the top with low tack tape. Using Life Changing Blender Brushes, I blended Kitsch Flamingo, Dried Marigold and Scattered Straw Distress Oxides through it. I removed the stencil and the masking tape and then cut a small thin strip of white cardstock which would act as a sort of line between the stencilled section and the plain white section at the bottom. I stuck that down with wet adhesive and then I adhered Jordan over the top (she slightly spans the white line). She was also added flat onto the panel.
To finish I took the Always word die and cut the shadow in white and the word in black and glued them together. I added some foam tape onto the back and propped it up at a slant (to mirror Jordan's neck line). I spent an obscene amount of time deciding on the sentiment and it's placement! But I like a quirkly slant on a card so I went with it in the end. I am so slow when making cards! I added a few Black Russian Sequins to finish the card off.
Copics used: Hair (E59, E57, E55), Skin (E70, E53, E51, E50, R20), Eyeshadow (BG11), Lips/Nails (R20), Top (C5, C4, C3, C2, C1, C0, Col. Blender), Flowers (RV04, RV02), Leaves (BG32, BG11), Butterfly (Y17, YR31)