I was so excited about last week's announcement from Designed to Color - I'm the newest member of the Color Crew! I am thrilled to join this talented group of ladies, and for the excuse to play with my Spectrum Noir markers even more!
I played along with the newest sketch challenge over at Designed to Color today, and colored up the adorable Christmas Miss stamp from Crafter's Companion. I decided to color her dress turquoise, to pull that little bit of color out of the patterned paper.
Dress: BT1, BT2, BT3, BT4
Stockings: BG1, BG3, BG4, BG6
Bear, Basket, Shoes, Hair: B1, EB2, GB8
Skin: FS9, FS4, FS2 (cheeks, lips CRS)
Misc: CR11, DG2, GB3
Outline: IG1, IG2
It's hard to tell in this picture, but she's standing on snow... covered in stickles! I almost smeared them - I have the hardest time waiting for stickles to dry, lol.
All sorts of fun things are happening over at Designed to Color. We've just hit 1000 Facebook fans, so we've kicked off a HUGE celebration (complete with prizes!). And check out the current call for submissions to the magazine - you should definitely submit a project (or five!). Also, follow Designed to Color on Twitter to stay up to date with the latest news and announcements.
This also fits for our brand new Spectrum Noir monthly challenge! This month we're making holiday cards, and you could win a set of 24 markers AND a stamp. Head over to the challenge page for all the details!
Stamps: Christmas Miss (Crafter's Companion)
Card Stock: Kraft (Neenah), White (Crafter's Companion)
Patterned Paper: Jovial (Basic Grey)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black (Tsukineko)
Coloring Medium: Spectrum Noir
Accessories: Crystal Stickles (Ranger)
Tools: Circle Punches (SU)