Welcome! On today's post I'm guest hopping with the Reverse Confetti crew. I have another Freida Fox card for you, but I used a bit different color scheme for her from the one that I did last month. I guess this one's not a red fox. ;-) I had a sweet 6" x 6" pad of Crate Paper Flea Market papers and thought that more neutral tones might work as well with a fox as the reddish browns did.
I used several Copic markers to color Freida, including: RV21, RV23, RV25, RV29, E41, E42, E43, E44, E49, W1, W5, BG11, BG13, G40, G43, Y11, Y14, Y38. I used a touch of B000 in the background as well.
You might be able to see layering on Freida from this angle; I wanted some added dimension on her, and it was simpler to trim parts of her from a second stamped/colored image and then layer with foam tape than to mask that large of an area to keep my die from cutting all of the way through the image. For dies I used Spellbinders Curved Matting Basics A and B. I glued some tiny rhinestones on to the frames of Freida's glasses--she's "stylin'!"
Ready to see more Reverse Confetti goodness? There is a $15 Gift Certificate up for grabs, randomly chosen from a commenter on one of the blog posts in the hop. Comments will be valid toward the GC until Monday, February 10, at noon, CST. You may have arrived here from Amy Kolling's blog; next on the list after me is Leigh Penner's blog. If you arrived here without hopping, you can always find a full list at the Reverse Confetti Blog--happy hopping!