As soon as I saw the Cheerleader, I knew she was my girl. I could envision a garland of hearts between her outstreched hands. I opted to paperpiece her dress, I wanted to make it look less like a cheerleader, and more like a dressy dress. I also used my glaze pen on her shoes to make them look like patent leather. For the hearts, I punched them from the Stampin' Up! Owl punch. I colored them with my Clear Star Gelly Roll pen to give them some shine. My daughter still has left her heart doily's out for me to
steal, um borrow. I spritzed it with Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist for some more shine. Here's my attempt at a close up to show more detail:
Also, at the Catered Crop the current challenge is to use hearts in a project. Since the sponsor this week is Heather Ellis the designer of Pure Innocence, I thought this card would be appropriate for the challenge.
Stamps: Cheerleader by Pure Innocence for My Favorite Things
Ink: Tuxedo Memento Black
Paper: Close to My Heart
Copic Markers - E00, E02, E37, RV11, R37, W0
Die-namics Simply Scallop (large) - My Favorite Things
Labels 8 - Spellbinders
Owl Punch - Stampin' Up!
Flower ribbon - Maya Rd.
Cotton Candy Divine Twine
Iridescent Gold Glimmer Mist - Tattered Angels
Bling Assortment - CTMH
Glaze Pen, Clear Star Gelly Roll Pen - Sakura
Heart Doily - Target