Polka Dot Pals and Paper Doll Marci

This project combines the Paper Doll Marci Sweetheart character with a new face from Polka Dot Pals Mason and fun background elements from Polka Dot Pals Vera – plus a whole lot of creative color placement makes this one unique card.

I stamped the character in black but before I did that, I wiped away the face with a cotton swab. This allowed me to use an Add-on Face from one of the Polka Dot Pals sets and I chose the one from Polka Dot Pals Mason. When I stamped that face, I also wiped away the mouth so I could color my own in.
This little girl has bubble powers so she’s have a bright cheery day in the backyard. Wouldn’t that be fun to be able to produce bubbles from your hands? The sentiment is a light chipboard and easy to color with the Copic markers so I colored it similar to the bubbles and tied it in with the theme that way. To help it stand out, I did the second layer with black.
The hat is actually part of the doll’s hair. That was a lot of hair so I decide she’d be perfect with a little beanie hat. Because I wanted to go with something bright, and I recently learned about Nooglers at Google, I went with a propeller beanie. Other creative color placement includes the mouth, extra hair, bubbles, pool and pool toys.
This is what the character looked like before the transformation using creative color placement.

Supplies Used:
Hammermill Premium Color Copy 100lb
Sakura Gelly Roll White Pen
Nuvo Crystal Drops
Chipboard Embellishments

Polka Dot Pals Mason (face)
Polka Dot Pals Vera (houses)
Paper Doll Marci Sweetheart (character)

Copic Markers:
T1, 2, 4, 6, 8, BV25
E23, 25, 27, 29, E30, 31, 35
YR21, 04, 09, 18
R32, 35, 37, 39
Y11, 15, 32, YR24
V000, 01, 12
BG11, 32
B01, 14, 16
YG21, 23, 25, 17, 67

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