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SBS and MIC Collaboration: Day 2!

It's Day 2 of the totally rad Simply B Stamps and Make it Crafty collaboration! If you missed anything yesterday (though I don't know how ya could have missed this!), below is all the info you need to know. 

Make it Crafty and Simply Betty Stamps are really excited to be bringing you the combined Hollywood Release!
Simply Betty Stamps has a range of characters from Betty Monroe, through to Action Chris the movie director!!
Make it Crafty has a range of background scenes perfect to switch and match with your famous characters!!
MiC & SBS Guess that Movie
Of course we are going to have heaps of fun with this theme and June 1st & June 2nd we will be showcasing our stuff and then June 3rd we're bringing you a fun guessing game... Will you be able to guess the movie??  We'll be giving you some clues to help!!
Join us for the two inspiration days and leave a comment along the way for your chance to win a selection of new images.
There will be FOUR winners each day receiving a surprise character with matching background digi stamps.
Then on June 3rd, guess 6 out of 12 movies correctly and you will have a chance to win:  
Grand Prize

A DVD Movie of your choice
PLUS the whole collection of MiC & SBS digi stamp Hollywood release images.
Second Prize
The whole collection of MiC & SBS digi stamp Hollywood release!
Can't wait?!!
But we know some of you just can't wait so both Betty and Zoe are offering you 25% off
their Hollywood collections between June 1st and June 3rd!
We hope you have lots of fun with us this weekend!!!

I am lucky enough to get to participate in all 3 days of hopping! Which I am super stoked about. This collaboration has been so much fun! For today's project, I made a card using SBS' Christian the Dark Hero and MIC's Hollywood City Corner.

Isn't Christian fabulous?! I started off by coloring him in. Then, I took a deeeeeep breath...ok, maybe a few deep breaths...and added the yellow spotlight. No matter how many times I do something like this, it is so nerve wracking to color OVER something that you've worked so hard on! But it was (as always) totally worth it in the end. 

I used watercolor markers and Copics for this card, as per usual. After I finished Christian and the dreaded spotlight, I worked on the background. I used the few grays that I have. I toyed with the idea of throwing some black in the mix, but I decided against it. It looks better in person, there's even a slight hint of blue in the windows, but it's tough to see here. 

I used my Just Rite letter stamper to make up my repeating sentiment of "Hero." And my batty button was just "hanging" around. ;) So what do you think of these past two days? Are you totally loving them? I know I am! I am the final stop on today's hop, but if you've missed anyone, please be sure to go back and leave them some love. Below is the completer list for today. Beware! It's a different list form yesterday! And tomorrow, will be the third and final day of this rad collaboration. Thank you for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!!!


Carly said…
Sensational! That spotlight turned out perfectly! Thank you so much for sharing this card and also how you created it.

xoxox Carly
Uta said…
Your card looks so great. I love how you made the spotlight.
Hugs, Uta
EmbossingQueen said…
I love your card. The spotlight is perfect. I am glad it was you and not me, I wouldn't have had the courage to add it over the top of my colouring.
Sharman said…
Love it. I love the spotlight effect. Very clever..........
Olivia said…
Fabulous. You sure did pull it off! Great job

Carla S. said…
Terrific card, Alsion! Love the scene with the fun images! Great coloring!
Scrappychick said…
He's totally rockin!
Clever and sensational! Love it =0)
Colleen said…
Fabulous!!! I Love the spotlight on the hero, Absolutely super job :)
DK Spins said…
Love this Alison! Your coloring is superb as always, it's so cool that Christian is in a spotlight like that. MIC's images are perfect for Betty's new ones. Way to go!!! Love ya! Di
Corinne said…
oh what a wonderful your SPOT LIGHT....wonderful card!
Sandra said…
Hi Alison! Oh I do understand what you mean with coloring over something that you worked hard with! But it turned out gorgeous! Thanks for sharing, I will try and do the same, I am terrible covard, I must admit, I usually stop to early on images... Thanks for inspiration!! I love how your card turned out with the bat and the hero words! Gorgeous card!! I love it! hugs Sandra
Lelia Pierce said…
How flipping cool is this? What a creative way to highlight this batty hero!

Bonnie said…
Love the spotlight against the b&w background. Really stunning card
Jenn Borjeson said…
Oh my gosh, Alison, that spotlight idea is freaking awesome! You rocked it - and your coloring is just phenomenal. :) xo
That spotlight on batman is the cats meow. Just wow for this entire card. The gray background buildings the spotlite batman is perfect.

Reminds of something I saw once. Always be yourself unless you can be batman, ALWAYS be batman.
Dana said…
Over the top cool with the highlight on the image. You rocked this card.

Frea said…
Hi Alison, what a brilliant find to colour that spotlight! So clever of you, it makes the card really stand out! HUgs, Frea
I love this scene!!!
Lisa said…
Alison! I love your card! Boys cards are so hard for me to make. I love this one and know several little and big boys that would love this!
Big Hugs!
Karen said…
I love that you have him in the spotlight like that!! Brilliant!!xx
I really love this image... I think this is the one I have to have. Great job with your card. TFS
Shazza said…
just love how you coloured this x
Jovan said…
This card is so AWESOME! I love the spot light!
Trudie said…
Such a fabulous idea and soooooo effective!! Definatly going to have to 'pinch' this idea!!
Shelby said…
Fabulous use of the spotlighting technique and so love how you've carried down the yellow of the spotlight onto his clothing...amazing and creative work.

Beth said…
Tee hee ... I love this! Great job!
Mary J said…
Fabulouso Alison - love this!!!
Julie said…
I love how you highlighted Christian. Just terrific!

Erica said…
Ali- You have outdone yourself! These are amazing. I really love the images but you are doing too good of a job because I feel like if I bought them I would never have them look that good! HAHAHA! Great work!

Thistleblue said…
Wonderful card! The spotlight is ace! Christian would be fab for my hubby and my daughters cards! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend?
thanks for sharing
MammasScrappin said…
I love the spotlight!!! What a wonderful idea!
Franz♥ said…
Gorgeous and original Alison, love the spotlight idea so much!

Hugs, Franz.
Colleen Holmes said…
Brilliant!! This has more of a wow affect not coloring the rest of the buildings! Brilliant and love the spot light! Hugz
Betty Boo! said…
That spotlight is genius!!! Great coloring as usual Ali!
Shannah said…
This looks fabulous with the spotlight! Great card! Hugs, Shannah xox
Kimberly said…
Oh this card would be perfect for a young fantastic...tfs
skated said…
What a brilliant card, I struggle making boy cards but this is perfect. Love how you have kept the background low key to make Christian stand out.
Kate xxx
Kathy said…
Great card! I love how you "spotlighted" Christian!
...just Barbara said…
This is awesome and I love the idea of the spotlight! Great ideas to give him a yellow cast for the reflection too! Awesome. :D
Delphine said…
Fabulous scene, Alison! The yellow spotlight is brilliant and your little bat is the perfect finishing touch! Hugs Delphine xx

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