Welcome! I had promised you a few days ago that I would share the card for my second little Texas niece, so maybe this COLD day in Upper Michigan is a good day to do that. :-) This image is from the MFT You're the Coolest clear stamp set, which I purchased HERE. It is stamped in Memento Tuxedo black ink on X-Press It Blending Card. I took pictures as I colored, stepped out below. (As always, CLICK on any pictures that you want to see larger.)
Here you see my skintones (four markers on the left--the R81 was for her cheeks), and pants/hat colors (three Copic Sketch markers on the right).
Here I have colored her coat (the three Copic markers on the left) and her hair (the three Copic markers on the right). I love those RV60's! Although there are no really pale RV60's the RV00 worked well as a base tone.
I finished her scarf and gloves here, though I forgot to include the RV66 that I used for the hearts on the scarf.
Here are the Copics that I used to color her boots, the snowball, and her hatband. (I added some glitter to the snowball after I die cut and embossed the focal image.)
I chose a Spellbinders 5 x 7 Matting Basics A die template to trim and emboss my focal image, and then I used a Copic 0.3 Black Multiliner to draw some ground at her feet. I used a Spellbinders Nested Lacey Pennants die template to cut and emboss the "you're the coolest" sentiment, trimming it to length after I had stamped the sentiment. The little button is one of PTI's Lavender Moon Vintage Buttons, and background cardstock is also Lavender Moon. I used a Spellbinders Dainty Dots M-Bossabilities folder to add the dotted texture, then rubbed a PTI Fresh Snow ink pad over the dots and edges to make the texture show up a bit more.
That's it for my second little niece's card. I hope you have a great weekend!