Friday, 19 January 2018

Ultra Violet Paperbabe Postcard: Challenge #65

It's time for another Challenge over at Paperbabe Stamps
with this Fortnights theme being a Picture Inspiration Challenge #65 
inspired by the Pantone colour of 2018 Ultra Violet.


Described as provocative, thoughtful and a dramatic shade of purple
I have tried to introduce each of these elements into my project.

Here is my Ultra Violet Papebabe Postcard and those How to do's

Using the mini portrait template, face stamps and hair template I positioned,
sketched around, stamped then lay down my dominant water soluble colours 
scribbling them onto watercolour card and activated with water.


Building up the detail of the eyes, skin, and hair more colour was added to the background helping define the hair. Rubbing a wet wipe over a stencil I had placed over the background area I lifted off some of that dark colour leaving the impression of the stencil behind.


Lilac Glitter lips and eyelashes adds a dramatic touch!
With the final detail added using a fine liner.


An embossed rose embellishment gives her a corsage choker
necklace with those final hair highlights added with a white pen.

My Ultra Violet Paperbabe Postcard is complete..


It's Friday and the weekend awaits, hopefully with lots of 
spare time to craft away those chill out hours?? 

I hope you can find time to pop on over HERE and see the Design Teams
Super inspirational makes and hopefully join in with the challenge too!

Hope to see you over THERE.

Have a wonderful weekend
Creative HuGs
Tracey xx
                                                                  
Paperbabe Supplies:

Paperbabe - Mini Face Stamps
Paperbabe Mixed Media Template - Blunt Bangs Long Portrait


20 comments:

  1. She turned out absolutely ADORABLE - I love the sparkle at her and the fabulous colouring of her hair and that you combined the purples with blue - that is a colour combination that I really love!Happy weekend Tracey!
    oxo Susi

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    1. Thank you. Purples and blues work so well within portraiture I think as it's a colour I see in skin tones. Glad you liked those glittery lips & eyes xx

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  2. Tracey, that's a challenge alright and you did a great job! It's a fab card!
    Lia xx

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  3. Love what you have created Tracey and defo love those glitters lips and eye lashes..Hugs Lozzy x

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    1. Hee hee... those glittery lips just had to be done :)) x Thank you

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  4. Beautiful girl you’ve created Tracey, I love the dramatic eyes and lips I must say ;)
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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  5. So much talent and absolutely stunning x

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  6. Amazing, it's totally stunning x

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  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE, this is just stunning and the colours are just beautiful.xx [aNNie]

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    1. I must admit the colour is very energetic. Thank you Annie x

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  8. She's magnificent Tracey!I just love how you've coloured her, the shine in her hair, the glittery lips and eyelids and your gorgeous background make the most perfect portrait. Hope you're having a lovely weekend. Chris xx

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    1. Many Thanks Chris, trying to get the shine in her hair was my main focus, really happy you like her xx

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  9. Tracy, dear friend, another masterpiece,- really !!!!She looks so gorgeous, her hair her lips and eyes, all so amazingly colored. I love it and also the background, such a glorious babe !!
    Hugs and happy weekend to you Tracey !! XxOo

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comments Dorthe, i'm so happy you like her. Wishing you a wonderful week ahead xx

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  10. This is so beautiful Tracey, and I love those glittery lips! Have a lovely weekend, Sue xx

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    1. Thank you Sue, her lips remind me of my student days hee hee!! Have a fab week xx

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