It's day 3 of the Fall Tutorial Event here on my blog and I *think* today's project was my favorite to create. I do love to color!
I am a sucker for any cute little kid image that looks like it will be fun to color.
I purchased these C.C. Designs Halloween Kid stamps a few weeks back from Simon Says Stamp and they are just too adorable. I was wanting to create a few new home dec items for the upcoming holiday so I stamped and colored 3 - 5"x7" sheets of paper and then added it to each. Actual visual frame size 3 1/2" x 5".
Now, if Halloween isn't your thing, consider Christmas Frames featuring adorable images (yes, I plan on doing some for Christmas, too!) or maybe something that matches your own home decor for yearly enjoyment. I don't know about you but I give away most of my stamped designs as cards. It's sort of nice to create something, just for me, that can be enjoyed daily in my home. And if and when I get tired of these, I can take them out of the frame, trim them down and use them for a greeting card. ;)
C.C. Designs Home Decor Frames
I used the Friend Definition background stamp by Hero Arts and some Antique Linen Distress Ink to add just a little "age" to the images. I didn't want them looking too brand new. Plus it provides an interesting background. Much better than solid white, yet not distracting.
Copics Used for the Hero:
Copics used for the little witch:
PAPER: X-Press Copic Blending Card
STAMPS: C.C. Designs Dragon Rubber Stamp; C.C. Designs Witch Rubber Stamp; C.C. Designs Hero Rubber Stamp; C.C. Designs Halloween Scene Rubber Stamp; Hero Arts Cling Stamp Friend Definition; Friendship Jar Fall Fillers Stamp Set by Papertrey Ink (Web & Spider); Been Boo'd Stamp Set by Papertrey Ink (bats & half moon)
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