Friday, January 30, 2009

Cinema Saturday #16 part 2

Here's my second card for this week's Cinema Saturday inspiration, Wizard of Oz. I had this idea pretty much straight away, but wanted to do something for the whole movie first. The image is more like a little girl dressing up as Glinda rather than Glinda herself (maybe Glinda in her youth?), but you get the idea. The main image has been stamped on watercolour paper (using StazOn) then coloured with aquapainter and ink except for the silver, for that I used a blender pen a the tiniest drop of silver reinker. For the glitter on the dress I simply went over the desired areas with the 2-way glue pen and sprinkled on the glitter. The background has been achieved by stamping with VersaMark, applying & heating Heat and Stick powder, applying the glitter and reheating. It makes for a very sparkly card, and of course some of it got on me and is floating around the house now... the girls love it though!

All supplies by Stampin' Up!
Cardstock: Pretty In Pink, Blush Blossom, Regal Rose, watercolout paper
Stamp Set: Pretty Princess
Inks: StazOn, VersaMark; Blush Blossom, Pretty In Pink, Creamy Caramel, So Saffron, Groovy Guava and silver used for colouring
Accessories: Groovy Guava double-stitched ribbon, aquapainter, blender pen, 2-way glue pen, heat & stick powder, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, dimensionals
Show watched while stamping: LOST


Kristie said...

That's too cute...very much like Glinda! Love it ♥

Juliann said...

Ooooh very cute! Love Glinda, perfect!

Brooke S said...

Whay did that stamp never come to my mind.... I guess when you have more stamps than a person should have.. You can't be acountible to remember them all..right!

Glinda is perfect! So cute Carol.. Just you wait until tomorrow girl.. This one is for you..


Cindy said...


Ann said...

Yay glitter! ;)

Catherine said...

oh i miss this set :)
cute card

Ryemilan said...

Very pretty card Carol! It'll also pass for Princess Bride if you need it ;-).


Night Owl Designs said...

So sweet and sparkly! Love this one Carol.