Polka Dot Pals Imogen

Ready for another Polka Dot Pals scene? This one is using Polka Dot Pals Imogen as the center piece and colored on Neenah Desert Storm paper with Copic markers. I’m really enjoying this look so I’ll be doing a lot more. Plus I might look into other colors – do you know of any to recommend?

Most of the elements on this card are from the Polka Dot Pals Imogen set, including the sentiment. The wings were added from the Polka Dot Pals Kadija set. The sentiment was stamped in green so I could create a ground for her to sit on – I wanted it to be there but not to stand out more than the character. Bonhomie, by the way, means a cheerful friendliness. (Pronounced like bon-a-me.)
On the finished card, I used Nuvo Crystal Drops, Morning Dew, to give the idea of fireflies or fairy dust in the air – you know, all that sparkling magic that happens around fairies – yea, I wanted that to happen here too.
I stamped the wings in blue ink then colored them lightly with Copic Markers. To get the final result, I outlined them with a white gel pen. This shows the scene being created and below you can see the how the image started out – especially on the face where so much details was added.

Here are the supplies I used on this card:

Papers:
Neenah Desert Sand Cardstock
Park Lane Paperie Woodland

Whimsy Stamps:
Polka Dot Pals Imogen
Polka Dot Pals Kadja

Copic Markers:
E30, 31, 35
E70, 71, 74, 77
R02, 05, YR09
YG95, 93, 61
BG11, 72, 75, 34
N1, 3, 4, 5, 8

Extras:
Nuvo Crystal Drops Morning Dew

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