Welcome to Day TWO of our April Krafty Peeks at Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps...we have another gorgeous fairytale princess to share with you today by artist Annie Rodrigue... CINDERELLA!
This is such a magical image featuring the sweet princess and her gorgeous ball gown, and the set comes with three fabulous sentiments!
At the end of my post, you'll find links to all the Krafty Team and Guests who have creations to share with you today featuring the CINDERELLA stamp set! You'll see her in so many different colours and scenes. Be sure to hop around and leave lots of love at each and every stop because one lucky commenter will WIN a gift voucher to the krafty shop! The winner will be announced at the LIVE Online Release Party on Saturday at 2pm EST, so be sure to join us for all the krafty fun!
I've been on a bit of a canvas kick lately and I couldn't pass up the chance to create another featuring Cinderella. I started with an inexpensive canvas board and painted a black background. I then created a galaxy sky with blue, purple, pink, orange and white. All paints used were Liquitex Basics. I then flicked some white paint over the sky to create little stars and loosely added some dark green as grass. Cinderella was stamped in Memento Desert Sand on Neenah paper and coloured with Copics. I added the magic swirls in with white coloured pencil and highlighted the spell with a white Sharpie paint pen. (This technique is similar to one Zoe from Make It Crafty demonstrated a while back on facebook...love her colouring!) After fussy cutting her out, I placed the image on the canvas and sketched out where the magic swirls would extend past her dress. I removed the image and painted the swirls with watered down acrylic paint to match those created with the pencil and applied the highlights with the Sharpie pen. Cinderella was then adhered to the canvas board. I also added some pumpkins from our Harvest Blessings clear stamp set. (Love finding ways to combine our various sets!) The flourishes were cut with an MFT die while the bottom corner embellishment is an SCACD die. Finally, I painted a chipboard clock with silver and distressed it with black ink as a finishing touch.
Here's a shot of the full stamp set:
As promised, here's the list for today:
Thanks for visiting,