The Face of Polynesia...Pam-Style!

For today's post, I've taken the Blossom Beauty face to another part of the world. One with tropical breezes and warm sands. A land of exotic beauty with a unique twist. I've stamped the image on kraft cardstock with Rich Cocoa Memento ink, and added coloring and shading with a large selection of the "E" color range of Copic Sketch Markers. Using the template that comes packaged with the set to mask off the face, I then was able to ink-stencil the Dreamweaver Large Scales pattern in the background with more brown ink. The blossom image was stamped on the forehead with VersaMark ink and embossed with Shabby Pink Embossing Enamel, along with a few sprinkles over her face that were heated from underneath. I used a VersaMarker to ink her lips, and added more of the Shabby Pink to them as well. The panel was torn around the edge, adhered over a white panel which was torn as well. The card base was the Mixed Media White cardstock, ink-stenciled using large stencil brushes with the Dreamweaver Herringbone background and the Dreamweaver Quilt Square Leaves design with pink VersaColor ink.

An extra panel of the Herringbone inked cardstock was used to stamp the blossom in VersaMark ink, emboss in Bark embossing powder, and die cut. This was smudged and shaded with brown ink to give it depth, and embellished with self-adhesive pearls. An extra panel of the kraft cardstock was ink-stenciled with the Herringbone pattern, and die cut using the Dreamweaver Monstera Leaf die. All items were layered and adhered to the card.

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Viki Banaszak said…
She looks so exotic and beautiful! I love the colors and design.
LOVE how you added the embossing powder on this gorgeous card!! She looks very tropical and makes me wish I could go somewhere where it is warm and sunny with sandy beaches! TFS!
Diane said…
Amazing Pam !!

hugs Diane xx

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