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Meet Rio Burton!

Hello Bloggyland friends! We are almost through all of the new Burton Series 2 images from Simply B Stamps. Tomorrow at 12 noon PST we will be sharing the last image, in the form of a blog hop! But for tonight, we have the new and fabulous Ms. Rio Burton to share with you.

I love her! That dress is fabulous, he skyward glance is so pretty, and she was just a lot of fun to color. I used my blend of watercolor markers and Copics for Rio Burton.

I really loved coloring her dress. I can see re-doing it in so many different color combinations.

I’ll admit, this was a pretty simple card to make. That background was all done via a small DCWV Stack. All I added were the stars, and the “Trick or Treat.” And I embossed the edge of the card in that beautiful metallic purple.
Please be sure to stop back tomorrow afternoon for the hop! And, head on over to the SBS Blog right now, to see what the rest of the insanely talented DT has come up with. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

Trudie said…
I love her hair...... I am constantly trying to get this effect without any success!! Great card and the image does lend itself to so many different colours....as we have seen already from you girls! Can't wait till tomorrow, I might be able to get my normal sleeping pattern back.... Bloody time difference!!!!
Trudiexxx
This is darling and I love the background you paired up with her! Great colors too and it's so fun to see the bats in the sky too. :D Great card! *Hugs

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