Music Notes Rio

This is the other card I made for the Simply B competition on Facebook. This time I've used Music Notes Rio and the challenge was to use black, white and on other colour and for me it just had to be pink! This card is also for Crafty Sentiments Challenge to be inspired by a song. As soon as I saw this sentiment, Kiki Dee's "I've got the Music In Me" came into my head - an oldie from the year before I was born! I grew up with lots of oldies though as my mum was really into Motown, Elvis and 70s disco. My dad loved his Rod Stewart! I so did not have cool parents! LOL Love them to bits though!

Anyway here's my Rio - I kept it fairly simple as I used this fabulous music background die cut from the Silhouette Studio and didn't want to cover too much of it up! Couldn't quite get y flicks on the black hair on this one though!

I would love to be able to get away with my hair like that again - I used to have it all multi-coloured as a teenager/young adult and my favourite combination was dark purple with bright turquoise highlights! Shame I'm now a grown up sensible teacher and I doubt my headteacher would let me have it like this! Oh I miss those days sometimes!


Stamps: Music Notes Rio from Simply B Stamps

Papers: Strawberry Slush, Basic Black, Whisper White, In Colors 2013-15 DSP Stack all from Stampin' Up, Neenah Solar Crest

Inks: Copic Markers

Accessories: Oval and Scalloped Oval Nestabilities both from Spellbinders, Silhouette Die Cuts, Gems from stash

Copics Used: 
Skin - E000, E00, E21, E11, R20
Hair - C1, C3,C5, C7, C9, 100, RV10, RV13, RV14, RV17, RV19
Music Notes - C5, C7, C9
Eyes - W1, W3, W5
Top - RV13, RV14, RV17, RV19, 100
Lips - RV10, RV14, RV17

And that's all from me for today folks! Thanks for stopping by.

1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous card, love the pink with the b&w really pops, fabulous image, I too used to do mad things with my hair! thanks for joining us at Crafty Sentiments this week. Jac x


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