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Steampunk Valentines: Hearts a Flutter Christian

Hello! I am back with another image from the new Simply B Stamps release: Teen Scene Steampunk Valentines. Today we are previewing Christian (the whole set will be available for purchase on Friday). As always, I love Christian. The images of him are often some of  my faves in the SBS sets.

Look at the cool flying heart he built! Doesn’t he look proud? I colored him with black hair for the first time, and I like how it came out.

I used a mix of watercolor markers and Copics (I know, I know…some of you are probably gasping at me using watercolor markers with solvent markers all the time!). I also used a clock screen by Tim Holtz. Up the side of the image I stamped “achieve endless possibilities” from Inkadinkado.

Are you enjoying the previews so far? I will have another one for you tomorrow. That card combines two of the new images. But for now, please hop over to the SBS Blog to see what the rest of the DT has created for your viewing pleasure. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Yeppers, definintely enjoying so far. Great card and love the background for him.
am I slow or what I just figured out that these can be stamps and not just digis like I thought. I am so going shopping.
KC said…
I'm so enjoying this release! have I told you lately that I love your work? your one of my go-to blogs for inspiration...I'm actually here on another mission...to lift some of your scrapbook page ideas...the mission continues :)

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