Go Girl Go

It’s another challenge day at Little Darlings Challenges and this time we want to see you use your favorite colors. One of my favorite colors is pink so I had to have some of that on my card. I found some left over girlie Basic Gray paper that was perfect for the occasion.


The stamp I used was Go Girl Go and she is part of the second release of images from Love to Stamp. These care free spirited images are so much fun to color and can really be used various ways – I love using them with backgrounds but they’re also perfect to use on their own! ;D


I embellished it with a few traditional items and even dug out a forgotten ticket to use as the sentiment. I also used a few lasercut chipboards from Make it Crafty which I’m going to start calling Chippies. ;D Hope you enjoy the card and get a chance to “Play” this week!


DT Challenge: Little Darlings Challenge #2 (favorite colors)
Main Stamp:
Go Girl Go (LTS)
Patterned Paper: Olivia (BG)
Chipboard: Flower Leaves Swirls and Butterfly Leaves (MiC) partially covered Petal Pink Liquid Pearls
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Ten

Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E21
-blues: BG10, BG11, BG70
-greens: G24, G28
-pinks: R21, R22, R24
-grays: T0, T2, T4, T6, T8

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