This is Hannah.. Lidia(Rainbow151)'s dd.. she is so sweet & cute I have to make a lo of her!!!!!!!! I spot colored this photo.. I made her out-fit to match & I made the background b&w & dull... so you don't see it as much & Hannah stands out!!!! These GORGEOUS papers are from my sweet friend Darien (Darien 'previously' Jerien00).. Darien you are so special!!!!! <333 And the BEAUTIFUL flowers & buttons & the rub-ons are from my other sweet friends.. Mandy (craftysprinkles), Rylee (Rybug), Tyler & lil' Brooky.. thank you all you girls are so sweet!!!!!! <333 Well, with the pp I cut out some of the design to put another paper behind it & I curled some of it back too.. I used some "Whispers" ink to ink up the edges after I used a paper shreder thing to distress it!! With the paper that says 'Bubbly Girl' I spritz it with Shimmerz mist (My Mom has it in her store.. www.StayTrueToGod.com).. I used: Cotton Candy(pink), Bamboo Leaf(green), and Sea Foam(blue)... I LOVE the Shimmerz!!!!! I also used the smimmerz to color the buttons.. blue & green.. but the Shimmerz that's in a little container.. not the bottle.. so it's: Aqua Marine(blue) & Celery(green).. sorry if that is confusing.. I tried my hardest to make sense!!!!!!! I also added the rub-on's to it & I stitched it.. with silk thread.. that silk is AMAZING!!!!!!The Journaling reads:
"Hannah at 19 months,
Hannah you are so
sweet & bubbly!!
Love you so much!!
The word "bubbly" is becuz when Lidia took this picture Hannah was running down the stairs with this big beautiful smile on... haha.. Hannah is so cute!!!! <333 This lo was so fun to make!!!! Thank you everyone for such beautiful goodies!!!!
Thank you for the beautiful comments too.. sorry if I can't get back to you.. as some of you know my Mom owns an On-line store so I am going to be busy!!!!!!
God bless & HUGS!!!!!
~Aly Kat xx
Quick tip: To dry your Shimmerz.. or any mist.. it is easy to do.. use an Embossing Heat Tool.. to dry your mist.. just dry between spritz & it will dry fast & it is so easy... & if you are making a vintage lo.. & you want a goldish brown.. then you can hold the heating tool a little bit closser to sort of burn the paper. ;)