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June 21, 2012

Fascinated with Fascinators

Hi Everyone,  Michelle here from http://ladyofleisureink.blogspot.com/.  Thanks Pam for having me over to play.

I was playing about with this gorgeous image from Saturated Canary the other day purely and simply because I wanted to make a 'fascinator' for her to wear.  You could say I've been fascinated with fascinators since last years Royal Wedding. Take a look at some of the lovely fascinators worn by Kate Middleton here.

So armed with these images, my ProMarkers and a little (well, tiny really) piece of tulle I set about creating.  Here is what I came up with.

My first image I really only coloured the skin, then then put a little pink on the dress and some grey shadowing.


I literally just scrunched up the tulle and stuck it in place with a glue dot and added a few beads.  Here is a close-up.



Then I thought it would be fun to play with a little piece of black tulle and mix things up.


The dress is coloured with the darkest greys and highlighted with a blender pen (here I change to a Copic blender as I prefer this to the ProMarker blender.)  And a close-up of her 'fascinator'.


I love the way both these images turned out, when you look at the side by side they almost don't look like the same image do they?


Thanks for joining me today - hope to see you next time.

Michelle

4 comments :

Adele said...

Super cute images, the fascinator's add that finishing touch of elegance :)
TFS
Hugs
Adele

Pam said...

These are so lovely. I love the way you have colored and added the tulle as veil. Awesome. TFS

Heather said...

WOW these cards are both fabulous! Love the way you colored the images and I love how it can be sophisticated or gothic fabulous take showing both sides

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

WOWSERS! these card are wonderful. Love the different looks they each offer and the tulle and beads just put the finishing touch on them. TFS

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