Wednesday, March 7, 2012

A Mo Princess

What girl wouldn't want to dress up in a pretty, glittery dress with a magic wand and crown? Ok, well some of us wouldn't look good in a tutu (at my age that is) so I'll just stick with the coloring. Today I have a Mo Manning image released in rubber through Stamping Bella called Fairy Princesses. This cutie is sold in a set of two and became a part of the Bella family in January.

You can probably recite this on your own but just in case you're new, I stamped Mo's princess onto Bella's Bestest paper using Memento Tuxedo black ink. I then colored her with copics. The grass and shading on the image was done using prismacolor pencils blended with gamsol. Glitter was applied with a Quickie Glue pen and adds sparkle to her crown, star wand, wings and skirt. I love glitter! Design paper is from the MME Stella and Rose Hazel 6x6 paper pack. I've used kraft cardstock for the card base so I could play along with ex-Bella Babe Jeannie's That's Krafty Thursday challenge. It's pretty easy actually, just use kraft cardstock on your creation.

The sentiment is also by Stamping Bella and is included with another Mo image called Patience. I stamped it with Versamark and embossed it with white embossing powder. Three clear dew drops and some recycled Victoria Secret bag ribbon finish this off.

You still have some time to play in this week's Bellariffic Friday challenge. It's a great sketch from Ebru.
I'll be showing you another Mo image so come back on Friday ok? And don't forget to send a photo of your creation to by tomorrow night. And link up your image to SCS using keyword BELLARIFFIC0912.

Thanks for stopping by.



Dana White said...

Cath she is so cute - Why didn't I order these?! LOVE how you embossed the sentiment; I will have to try and remember that the few times I use a sentiment!!

Leslie said...

I love these little Fairy Princesses and am so glad I ordered them - I have only used the one but can't wait to try the other. As always you did a beautiful job on her! I like your layout too and I LOL at the Victoria Secrets ribbon - way to reduce, recycle and reuse!!