Wednesday, April 11, 2018


Hi, There!

No, I am not in Paris but my digital image is!!!  Just like a good book, a good image background can take you away!!  This background, Paris Side Walk and the young lady strolling in front of the shops is Classy Olivia both are from Make It Crafty. 

I left the background as it was printed in black and white.  I spotted this technique over at Make It Crafty and decided to give it a try for myself.  I had fun!!!  Olivia was colored with Copic markers and then fussy cut and mounted with 3D foam to the background.

Copic Markers as follows:  Hair E70 E74 E77 E79  Outfit R27 R46 R89 B21 B24 B26 C1 

The sentiment "Sending" is a chipboard from Make It Crafty and the "hugs" was embossed with white embossing powder on a piece of black cardstock. 

Lots of Wink of Stella on her hair and clothes and the chipboard.  Glossy Accents on her sunglasses and her eyes. 

The scene has a black cardstock base that was applied to a sparkle red card base with 3D foam tape.

Thanks for stopping by, hugs and blessings ~ CaroleAnn

Sharing card with the following challenges:
Crafting From the Heart #201 - ATG
Crafting With an Attitude #38 - ATG
Create and Inspire #73 - ATC/Optional use of a die or stencil
The Paper Nest Dolls April Challenge
Word Art Wednesday Weeks #330-#331


  1. Brilliant idea leaving the background black and white-the gorgeous image really stands out -fabulous colouring
    Carol x

  2. Girl! You had me SO excited for you. I thought perhaps you were posting from Paris. Well....perhaps one day we can all get together for a girls trip to Paris. LOL This is SO cute. I love how she looks like she's walking the streets of Grand Paris.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us. It's always so nice to have you play along with us.
    Word Art Wednesday

  3. Great card, thanks for sharing it with us at Crafting with an Attitude Janet DT

  4. Hi CaroleAnn just popping back to say---Thank you for joining us at Create and Inspire
    Carol DT x


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