Sunday, August 8, 2021

The Queen's Sister

Welcome to a new month with the Corrosive Challenge Blog (#8) and our new sponsors ~ Fabrika Fantasy & Oddball Art.  

For my project card today I've selected one of Fabrika Fantasy's coloring books ~ Fantasy Ball.  From there I have made my card using The Queen's Sister.  She reminds me of some of the novels of fabulous masquerade parties and romance novels we love to read about. 


I sized the image to about 4" square and printed on Neenah 110# cardstock.  I used my Copic markers for coloring and stayed with shades of Purple and Green with a hint of gold for the accents.  

When completed, I made a black frame for her using the largest die in the  Spellbinder Adorning Squares Die set. This made the inside cut of the frame; then I cut the square frame outside to measure 5".  Next I used the smallest die and made the square that is holding the sentiment.  I used a 1 1/2" circle die to cut the white circle and stamped it with "Wish" from a miscellaneous set.   After securing the circle to the smaller square, I added the image, frame and sentiment square to a 5 1/2" white card base with the fold at the top to complete my card. 

Thank you for stopping by today to view my blog.  I enjoy sharing my work with you and invite you to “Follow” my blog and to visit my site ~ “Not Just Scraps” on Facebook ~ where you can purchase my cards.

Join us with your cards on the The Corrosive Challenge Blog for August HERE.


I’ll be entering this card in the following challenges:

A Perfect Time to Craft ~ August 

Pearly Sparkles ~ Challenge 65 

World Wide Open Design Monthly Challenge 

Addicted to Stamping ~  Challenge 411 ~ Make Your Mark 

Creative Moments ~ Challenge 220


 Pam's Pearls

 Copics Used:

Hair: C1, B41, C3, C5, C7, C9, Feathers: B63, BV13, FV2, FYG2, G05, G07, Mask: Y26, C8, G05, G07, Choker: C8, Y26, Ring Y26, Nails: C8, Lips: V93, V95, Eyes, G17, G26

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  1. What an awesome that image! Thanks for playing along at ATSM!

  2. I like this, nice to see something a little different. Thank you for joining us at Paper Funday.