Hey there! Today I am combining this weeks newest iSpy Sketch Challenge with Your Next Stamp's FUN FRIDAY! Head on over to the iSSC blog to have a look-see at the sketch and the original card that inspired the sketch!
I used a cute little rocker boy image from the YNS set Rock Star Fhinn for my card. As you all know, I love little boy images and YNS does not disappoint with their selection of masculine stamps!
Okay friends. Here is my Fun Friday tip for you today- Two-toned hair. I wanted Fhinn to have blue hair highlights ar the tips, so I used B93 and B95 and started with the lightest blue, working with a 'flicking' motion from the tips towards the base. I then did the same with the darker blue, and back over with the lighter. I then worked from the base of the hair towards the tips, using my cool grey copics. I wanted a white highlight where the light hits his hair, so I did leave some white space in between the blue and the grey. I then colored some dark grey onto my stamp block, and picked up some of the colour with my lightest blue marker brush tip, adding a bit of dark grey to those ends. Easy! A cool 'rocker-chic' look! Subtle, though effective, I think;)
The pants and guitar were paper-pieced and I added some blingage with Taylor's Tiny Twinkles. Spica pens and glaze were applied to the guitar and shoes, as well as some streaks of silver spica in the hair. I used an MFT speech bubble die for the sentiment and since I stamped it on WAY too high, I just added a row of rhinestones underneath to make my mistake look purposeful;) hehe! Some crazy zig-zag stitching adds a rough touch to this rock and roll card! I used some black netted ribbon (cut in half) and orange bakers twine from the Ribbon Carousel and changed the orientation of the sketches ribbon treatment to suit my card better:) This week's challenge at the Ribbon Carousel is ANYTHING GOES (RCC46)...
If you would like to see more Fun Friday cards from the YNS designers, head on over to the YNS blog! And I would love to see you play along with this weeks iSSC! You can upload your creation to the blog here!!