Belle and a Royal Proclamation

Welcome back for another Tuesday challenge with Tiddly Inks! The challenge this week is to create something with “Attitude” and this is the card I came up with…


It’s been fun combining the images and for this scene I used three Tiddly Ink images: Bella, Royal Proclamation and Door of Dreams. The sentiment is from a Inkadinkado Kids Quotes stamp but I punched it out on labeling tape and strung it across the top.


To add to the “attitude” I sketched in the skull on the door and went over it with a fine-tipped marker. Then I made sure I used one of my very few pieces of decorative paper with skulls on it, although I couldn’t help but to cover most of it up in the end. But don’t worry – I was still able to fit a few chippies in there. LOL


I practiced more with creating folds on the dresses. At first I didn’t think it would turn out by using my own advise “I just kept going!” I was actually surprised how well it turned out. So when in doubt, just keep going. 😀 And don’t forget to practice those folds and creases in the clothing! (hint hint wink wink)


DT Challenge: Tiddly Inks Challenge #56 (attitude, bad to the bones, skulls, etc.)
Main Stamp:
Bella, Royal Proclamation and Door of Dreams (TI)
Patterned Paper: Handmade Cara Marie (K&C) and Rockstar (DCWV)
Chipboard: Butterfly Leaves (MiC) covered with Silver Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber

Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:
-skin tone: E000, E00, E21, E11
-hair: E51, E53, E55; E23, E25, E27, E29, E49
-browns: E42, E43
-yellows: Y38, Y35, Y21
-blues: B91, B93, B95, B97, B99
-pinks: R20, R21, R22
-grays: T2, T4, T6, T8; C1, C3

20 thoughts on “Belle and a Royal Proclamation

  1. haha, the attitude you gave Belle.All your folds looks SO natural. I had to look at the originals because they look like Christy sketched them in the image. Way to go. I got the hint, will practice.Did you pencil sketch in the folds before coloring or just went by the seat of your pants?Awesome job as usual. Your too cool.

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