Welcome to the JessicaLynnOriginal Love your Pets Blog Hop! Jessica is hosting a linky party through April 29th and for every project linked up, she will be donating .50 to the Lucky Mutts Rescue if the project includes one of the pet stamps from JessicaLynnOriginal.com and .20 to the cause if you use any other company's pet stamps! You can find all of the details at the main linky post here (including a coupon code of a special offer if you order and a limited edition Digi that you can buy and use to play along if you want!). Oh... and did I mention prizes?
I'm gonna start by sharing the furry babies that I love so much!
So... on to the hop! Today I'm featuring one of Jessica's new pet sets ... Flynne's Puppies! And here's what I've created for you today:
I made this precious little girl a Corgi. I just love her sweet crown of roses! And there is a solo rose stamp on the set too. I used that and a paw print from another one of Jessica's sets that I'll be featuring tomorrow to create an embossed background. Then I used some spun sugar and picked raspberry distress inks to ink blend over the embossed images. Then I used a paint brush with water to remove the ink from the embossed images and lifted the water and ink using a paper towel. (The Oxide Lift technique that I learned of in a Gina K video). This time instead of using Prisma colored pencils to color in the roses, I used my Zig Clean Color markers and some water to color them in wtih just a bit of pink. When all was dry, I splattered some water onto the background and again soaked up the extra with a paper towel to create my splashes.
I stamped Miss Sweetness with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored her with my Copic markers using some long flicks of various light brown colors and her crown with some pinks. I added liquid glass to her eyes and nose and cut her out. I decided instead of adding a frame around her that she'd be just fine all by herself... surrounded by all of the pretty pinks and flowers.
And you may have noticed that I've been partial to the white sentiment on black when I'm working with bright colors... then just a few flowers and sequins and she's ready to wish someone a Yappy Birthday!
Thanks for stopping! Please do check out what everyone else has created for today and I'll see you again tomorrow! Hope you'll play along and link up with us!