It’s Magic!

This little magician girl was a blast to color. I worked with a minimalistic palette, following MFT’s color challenge (yellow, green, orange and grey.) I believe she is retired, but I love her so much. The sentiment is unknown manufacturer. The background is a turnabout stamp from Concord & 9.

I have been trying to get these triangles right, I knew I was off on this background so I stopped after only two colors. Decided that I didn’t hate it but that it needed something, so I came in with a pencil top eraser to make the green dots. Die cutted the background with a stitched rectangle by Craft Fancy (my “local” store). I cut the little magician stamp from MFT with my Scan ‘n Cut and then die cut her and the white circle w/ some stitched dies. White embossed the sentiment on a black scrap of paper and attached. I actually watercolor her with my VIVID ink spots.

supplies:
Stamps: magician by MFT, sentiment unknown, triangle Turnabout by Concord &9
Inks: Vivid Ink, Versamark
Embossing Powders: Alabaster white by Brutus Monroe
Die cuts: Rectangles by Craft Fancy, circles unknown

Some closeups of the card:

Challenges: MFT Color Challenge, CCC Blog, Crafting Happiness, Two Old Bats Halloween Challenge (I won’t enter because I am part of the DT, but just in case anyone doesn’t know about this blog).