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SBS Hop! Featuring Big Love Gun Lola

It’s finally release day! I am sure that many of you have been counting down to today so that you can snag the new Simply B Stamps Teen Scene Steampunk Valentine collection. I am really excited about today, because not only are we doing a blog hop, but it’s featuring my favorite image from this new collection! I’d like to introduce you to Big Love Gun Lola.

She is just too damn cool, if you ask me! I’ve had her colored up for so long, I have been itching to share her with you. Lola is ready to defend her love for you. That’s why I used the words “huggable heroine” for my sentiment.
 
I colored her in using a mix of watercolor markers and Copics. I just love doing Lola’s hair. Especially this time around. Please click on any of my pictures to see them bigger.

I used some more of the gears from the wonderful stash my Dad gave me so very long ago (I first mentioned this wonderful mix of goodies during the latest Bombshell Stamps Hump Day Hop. I attached them using Glossy Accents. They are just the little touches that this card needed to finish it off.
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s offering from me. And I hope you have fallen in love with this new Valentine collection! Below is the complete hop list. Please be sure to leave everyone some love. Thank you for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!!!

Starts at Simply Betty Stamps blog
Alison (that’s me!)
ends back at Simply Betty Stamps blog!

Comments

Steph said…
Wonderful card and I love the colors you've used. I really like how you've used the honeycomb texture too....way cool
Lelia Pierce said…
How cool! I love the way you've colored her and her hair is amazing again! What a stash you got from your Pops too! :O)

XXX
Mary said…
Great card, love the colors!
Anonymous said…
ooo, loving the colors on this one!
Heidi Brawley said…
Very Adorable!
Happy New Year!!!!!!
Sandy Palmer said…
Perfect sentiment for a wonderful card! Love all the extra gadgets, and coloring too!
Betty Boo! said…
Stunning Ali! You are one mad colorist!

B
Robin said…
Love how you colored Lola! She's so pretty.
Bonnie said…
Wonderful card with great embellishments
Carol W. said…
Lola is fabulous - love this image! Of course your coloring is fantastic TFS
Alina said…
oh, another Lola wearing green, my favourite colour, I love her! gorgeous!
hugs, Alina
Star said…
This is utterly fabulous! Your coloring skills are just amazing. LOVE all of your little gears!
Jennifer said…
Your card ROCKS, Ali. I'm going to miss working with you my Twilight friend. I'll totally be stalking you. (that's a little creepy) LOL
MaRyKaY said…
yepper alison I have totally fallen in love with this new collection. glad to see your new card. your coloring is super
The coloring is super duper and the image is too steampunky cute
Mary M. said…
Gorgeous coloring. Love the color combo and layout.
Rosie said…
super cute


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Tanya said…
Great color combination!
Alison... You have Rocked this creation! I love all your coloring and Wow... the layout is gorgeous! I will be digging deep to see if I get me some of these! I gotta have some! LOL! Have a wonderfully wicked weekend! Hugs!
Regan said…
OMG, this is incredible! Your coloring is amazing! Look at that hair! The gears are perfect and I love your sentiment! Awesome creation, Alison! Thanks for the chance to win! XX
KC said…
I agree...she is so damn cute! I love the gears! ttyl
DK Spins said…
Your coloring is, as always, perfectly dimensional, Alison. Love the gears you added - you rocked it! She's my fave too
Jen Leeflang said…
Your colouring skills are to die for, doll - that hair is magnificent, not to mention the gorgeous steampunk LOLA!
I am following you now! Thanks for sharing.
luv'n'huggz
Jen Leeflang
DURBAN
SOUTH AFRICA
Shelly said…
Love it! The colors are wonderful and your 'girl' ROCKS!! ;)
aaahhh awesome. adorable and wonderful coloring.

susan s.

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