I think this turned out pretty well... had to think what would work for this Victorian lady. This time I cut the image out. Colored in with Prisma watercolor pencils. Added a pink and teal flower (that I made). It would have taken me a month to look through my entire lace and ribbon collection.. so I settled on this white ribbon with lace. Let me know what you think. Honestly, I feel that I do a better job with creating drawings and digital artworks. Sometimes I don't feel that I do a very good job in creating pretty cards. But at least I do try. I'll give myself a pat on the back. :) Here's the picture:
And here's another angle to see the face more clearly. ta-da!
Now, I didn't realize how small the printing of the picture would be so... it took some careful attention to detail to make sure I colored in the eyes just right. And still, it looks like I could have done just a tad bit better. Well anyway... these are just samples of what can be created with the Victorian women digital images that are in the shop. If you were on my blog earlier you probably noticed a blurb about a challenge that I was having well that has been closed. Due to the fact that one must pay for the service. So sorry. If you would still be interested in showing me your cards that you've made using any of our images then you may do so. Just send to me a link to your blog and I will be more than happy to check it out. But as an added reminder I am having a Digi Sale going on through March 22, 2017... the coupon code is Spring. As always, I am happy to have followers join my blog. And this is just an added bonus. Thanks for understanding.... ♥Mary♥
You're invited to my Spring Digi Sale! Now through March 22, 2017 ~ save 15% on your order. This is my way of saying thank you to all my new followers and anyone that would like to take advantage of the sale! Just follow the steps below and you're good to go. :)