Today I am sharing the good and the bad. It really does go both ways when you are trying to make a card or two, doesn't it.
I have this adorable little bestie, holding her little kitty while sitting on a big ole pumpkin out in the pumpkin patch. I had this great image all set up on my cameo to do a print and cut. I got it all printed out, but my cameo software. Once I did that, I lost the file to do the print and cut I had set up. I was not a happy camper. So that tutorial will have to wait for another card. Change of plans is in order!
This little bestie was colored with my Prismacolor Premier colored pencils. I have to say, this is my favorite way to color. Simply because I have better control with my colored pencils than I do my Copic or Prisma markers.
I wanted to add the darkeness of night to the image, well, because bats (even cute ones) do not fly during the day. Only at night. So, I took a small sponge and my Slate Gray Close to My Heart ink and dabbed some color around the outside of the image after I colored it. To further add to the spooky but fun nature of Halloween, I have this great paper stack that has this spooky tree with a raven in it. I added this as the back ground to my card, and now, I am about as stuck as stuck can be for what I should/could do for the rest of the card. I have a Halloween sentiment to add in the dark of the night (top right hand corner) of the image. But anything and everything else I try to add just does not look good to me at all.
So here i where I stand, stuck, like knee deep in quick sand on what to do with this cute little Boo Kitty Digi. A ribbon at the bottom with a sentiment is not enough. Buttons and gems just do not look right. What would you suggest I do with it? My mind had one thing in my, and my tools and technology had another. The result, is a Bestie Brain Freeze.
So, here it is. The card base is black...