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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

She believed!

Hi and Happy Tuesday!  Tina here today with my first CIP blog post and project!

I am so excited to be with y'all today!  I was like a kid in a candy store with I recieved my DT box, jammed FULL of CIP goodness!  I wasn't sure what to create first, as my head was spinning with so many ideas!

Once I settled down a bit, I decided I would create a 'She' girl, inspired by a wonderful The Crafters Workshop face stencil.  Creating a 'she' girl with CIP paints and this stencil was super easy and really fun!

I started my canvas by layering bright, bold colors on the background.  I love the transparent properties of CIP paints and they look beautiful layered on top of each other.

Here's the colors I used on my background:

Once I was happy with my background, I used the Crafters Workshop face stencil as an outline for my face.  I outlined the face/hair shape and began to add my detail.

I really love the depth of color and wonderful glimmer on my face and hair!

Here are the colors I used on my face, hair, and bodice.

Thank you so much for letting me share my first project.  I had a lot of fun and I can't wait to create more!

I hope you have a great week!  Thanks for stopping by!


Lucy E. said...

Beautiful background on your canvas! I love the Winter Frost!

Julie Odil said...

Fantastic! I haven't seen this stencil before, but it's intriguing. Maybe even a non-artist like myself could make a face? Yours is wonderful!

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MONICA said... the bright everything about it.

DIANA L. said...

Beautiful Tina!

Debbie Sherman said...

Love it Tina!

Emily D. said...

Tina, she is beautiful!!! Love the colors you chose!!!