Wednesday, February 4, 2009

InStyle Stamps Sneak Peek #3

Are you ready for another sneak peek of the fabulous new Anime line by InStyle Stamps? Thought so!

Meet Mellie!

Isn't she sweet? And just look at this yummy birthday cake she made just for you! Chocolate, mmm.

Mellie was colored in with Copic Markers, and has diamond stickles added to the frosting for a little something extra. If you click on the image for a larger photo, you can see where I added little dots of white to the brown areas of her eyes with my white gel pen to mimic the effect of light reflecting from the eye. The solid papers are SU Summer Sun and Old Olive. The dp and pretty sparkly ribbon are from my scrap pile.

This card will be going to my grandfather, who is celebrating his 86th birthday tomorrow. Go Grandpa! Most of his daughters and granddaughters have dark hair and eyes, so I am hoping that Mellie will remind him that we are all sending him birthday wishes.

Mellie and the other adorable stamps in the Anime line will be released this Friday in the Instyle Stamps store. Be sure to check out fellow DT member, Shary, for another fabulous card featuring Mellie!

8 comments:

Sandy said...

LOVE what you've been doing with this new line, Melissa!!! Cute, cute, cute.

Bella Rose Creations said...

Okay you are awesome...I have some of that DCWV paper and I REALLY appreciate the ideas you are giving me!

Shary said...

She looks great Melissa. It's amazing how different she looks just by using different colours on her.

Jennifer said...

OOOHHH she is soooo cute!! Awesome job once again with the coloring!! I love the colors that you chose for the card too! I can't wait to see more from this line!!!!

Janet said...

ADORABLE!!! can't wait to see what else is coming out:)

Rene S said...

Beautiful card--so bright and colorful. Happy birthday to your Grandpa too!

Jana M. said...

I love love love this new line! Great card!

Cathy said...

Very cute card!! Love the bright colors!

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