Thursday, March 8, 2012

Tickled Pink Stamps Preview Day 2 - Lil French Lolita Lilith



Today is Day 2 of previews for the latest release from Tickled Pink Stamps - be sure to stop by the blog HERE to check out yesterday's previewed image. This release is taking you around the world and I just think you are all going to LOVE them, I know I do. They are illustrated by our very own Christina Dee, the Lolita and Lad designer. We have 4 new images we will be previewing and then the release will be on the 11th of March 2012 with a BLOG HOP

DONT FORGET...... Leave a comment on each post on the Tickled Pink Stamps BLOG for your chance to WIN this image via digital download ONLY.

Today we are bringing you LIL FRENCH LOLITA LILITH. I created the background DP by layering the Eiffel Tower digi from Make it Crafty and blurring some of the layers. The sentiment was cut out using my Cameo.

Copics used - Skintones (R20, R11, E11, E00, E000) plus T4, T2, T0, W00, R39, R35, E35, E18, E08, B23, B21, B18, B05, B000

11 comments:

Debra James said...

This is such a fantastic card Debbie,ooh-la-la justlove this lil french Lolita,too cute and sooo... love how you did the background...x

Kruemel said...

It's amazing Debbie! Love the background that kind of reminds me of a MC Escher picture - and the image is colored to perfection!

Big hugs
Kathrin

Rosie Gustafson said...

Such a great card. I love the colors you chose. Very pretty. Thank you for sharing.

Tammy Ortiz said...

very cute card, the image is nice. I love paris and it reminds me of that.
hugs

Linda said...

As always such a Goregous card.. Beautifully colored.. Very lovely work!!
Hugs, Linda

Isa said...

Love this card, Debbie .. I like so much the colours, it´s amazing !!

Lau W said...

Oh fantastic, just fantastic !!!
xxx

Flip-Flop Creations said...

Fabulous card Debbie!!! ~jeni :)

kim.scrapper said...

What a great card showcasing this image, thanks...Kim (kim.scrapper@yahoo.ca)

Becky said...

Fantastic card, love the image.
Becky x

Lynda said...

If nothing else Debbie...my language skills are improving fm reading ur blog!!! LURVE the Eiffel Tower image and the way you have incorporated the mime and French colours all in one!!! Tres chic!!!