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Chef Ariel: Jude and the Rockers Just For Fun!

Greetings! It's time for a new collection from Simply B Stamps! You know the drill, we are going to preview one new image every day this week, and then on Friday, we will have a fun Blog Hop to celebrate this new release! This collection is from the Jude and the Rockers series, and it's called Just for Fun. You are going to love these images! Today, we are sharing Chef Ariel with you.

I always love to color in the images of Ariel. I think it's all about those cool glasses for me! I asked Phoenix for a little advice when it came to coloring the cake. I really didn't want to do white. So He told me his color choices, and I went with them! Doesn't it look yummy?

I used some super cheery and sorbet-colored papers from K and Co. Plus a border punch (that I used on both sides of my border) from EK Success.

Here's a close up of Ariel's glasses. I always color the face an eyes as I normally would, but then I go over the specs with a pale blue. Just to give a bit of a wash of color. Then, I added a few lines of white, to give it some "shine."

Now it's time for you to head over to the SBS Blog to see what the rest of the Design Team is up to. And be sure to check back tomorrow, for another cute and quirky preview! Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

I LOVE HER!!!! It's awesome! Can't wait for the rest!!
DK Spins said…
Love this card, Alison, and Phoenix gave you some great advice on the cake. It does indeed look yummy!
Anonymous said…
loooooooooooooooove it! The pink chef jacket is the BEST :)
Kathi said…
Oooh. I love her glasses! I'd love a pair with little skulls in the corner.

Great coloring of that image, especially her hair and pants!
Lelia Pierce said…
I just love the color choices on this one! Great hair again!

XXX
Jenn Borjeson said…
Love this - love that you colored her chef's top pink! :)
Mmmmm, yummy chocolate cake! Love the way you did her glasses and giving her a pink baker's coat is perfect for her! *Hugs

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