Here she is all colored up with Spectrum Noir markers.
I colored her on some glittery Copic paper that I got from Paper Temptress so she shimmers just a little bit. By the by, just as an aside about the Copic paper - I got a sampler pack because I wanted to try it out and I honestly can't believe how much of a difference using Copic paper makes. I was having pretty big issues with my markers bleeding outside the lines using regular heavy weight cardstock, but now I can even color in small areas and not be worried about bleed. End rant.
To me, the image seemed juuuuust prissy enough to pair it with the sentiment from my Caffeinated Christmas stamp set that pokes fun at high-maintenance coffee orderers.
As you can see (maybe), I added a big bow and made the center cutout into a flat shaker with lots of rock glitter.
Here's an up-close and personal shot of all that glitter!
Speaking of glitter, I wanted to make certain to use some because we are playing the fiddles for sweet Virginia Lu. She's run such a classy, amazing, inspiring challenge for the past while, but the last one is her swan song. She's shutting it down her famous Virginia's View Challenge for the time being.
So here's to you Virginia! Thanks for all you do for the world of cardmaking!
Make sure you head on over and play along with the talented gang up at Crafty Gals Corner! It's Anything Goes and Faery Ink is supplying a very generous prize this week.
I'm also going to play along at:
City Crafter - All about Winter (no Christmas)
Tuesday Throwdown - Snowflakes
Thanks for popping by! Hope you all are having a very Merry December!