Tuesday, February 26, 2013

{PIN}spirational Challenge # 46

Welcome back to my blog!  I hope you are having a great day!

 So here is the image for {PIN}spirational Challenges this week!  I just love how sweet this image is.

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I am using the digi image I Love You This Much generously provided by Fred She Said.    The image is printed on cryogen paper and colored with copics.  The background papers are by Echo Park, This & That.  I decided that this image would be really cute on a chipboard bookmark. So I cut out a few pieces of kraft cardstock with a Spellbinders Scalloped Oval die.  I also cut out the background paper with the same die.  I taped all the layers together and put a ribbon in the middle, forming a bookmark.  Now, I know not a lot of people use bookmarks these days with the Nooks & Kindles, but we all still have cookbooks or other books we use, right?

I have used the following copics:
Skin:  E000, E00, E11
Hair:  E02, E08, E09, YR27
Dress:  E40, E41, E43 (and a little bit of stickles)
Shoes:  E41, E43, E44
Ok, now it is your turn.  How does this picture speak to you?  Come on over and show us at {PIN}spirational Challenges!  We would love to see your beautiful creations!

I would like to enter this in the following challenges:
Robyns Fetish - Use Ribbon or Twine
Hotshot Craft - Anything but a card

Thanks for stopping by today. 
Blessings until next time…


  1. Athina--what a great image and I love the colors!

  2. Fantastic tag, & great colouring love it xxx

  3. Hi Athina. Great idea to do a bookmark (yes, and I agree with you - although I have a kindle I still have plenty of need for real bookmarks. ) This is a lovely shape with a pretty trim.

  4. Just precious and wonderful colored! Love your shading and pretty soft colors!

  5. This is a very beautiful bookmark. She is absolutely adorable. Wonderful Job.

    Michelle (DT)

  6. Very sweet Anthena, thanks so much for sharing with us at Pretty Little Ribbons More challenge this month.

    B x


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