Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Bombshell Cowboys & Indians Humpday Hop - August







It's that time of the month again.  Time for  a Bombshell Blog Hop!  This months theme is Cowboys & Indians!  I chose to use the Digital Stamp by Bombshell Indian Princess.   I had to break open the new Inktense Pencils that arrived on my doorstep yesterday for my birthday.(Thank You Thank You!)  So I colored her up and fussy cut her out.  I used Floral Ovals and Large Oval dies from Spellbinders to set her down into the card surrounded by an embossed sheet of Kraft Paper using the Basket Weave folder from Darice I chalked it up after I embossed it.  I also used the feather dies from MFT Die-Namics which I also chalked.   Love love love how she turned out.  I probably should have cut her out before I colored my fingers mussed a bit of the coloring but for the first go round with these Awesome pencils not bad at all.  And considering I didn't want to remove them from the plastic because they were so pretty I'm happy!
Thank you so much for stopping by!  Head on out to the other blogs on the list for some more inspiring Bombshell Art!

8 comments:

Kathi said...

First off, Happy Birthday! That's one nice gift! Enjoy them.

You got a good start with the new pencil as this is fabulous! She looks great wonderful! Great job fussy cutting her too.

I love the CAS design, your chalked embossed background, and those feathers!!! (I just wish you hadn't mentioned who made the Feathers die because now I want them.)

Kim said...

Marnie, this card is so gorgeous! I don't even know where to start. I love how you've colored her and the background texture is awesome! Love the feather dies and twine bow too.

Oh, and Happy happy birthday! Hope you had a great one!

deniserows said...

i was wondering how you got that intense turquoise. makes me want to go out and buy some

Glittery Katie said...

Beautiful!

Alison said...

Happy Birthday! I loooove new pencils! Those look great! Love your card too, I especially like the green feathers.

MaRyKaY said...

that is gorgeously done love it

Dianne said...

Your Indian Princess is gorgeous!

Kelli said...

Don't you just LOVE inktense pencils!! I love mine too!!! Wonderful project it is awesome!!