Monday, January 12, 2015

Slinky Tart DT: Valentina has gotcha!

Hey Everyone!

Posting my very first blog for the brand spanking new Slinky Tart. This digi brand was created by Tamara van Wijk, she is the owner of the former The Stamping Chef but unfortunately had to close that shop... she now is only doing Smexy art and Pin-Up style but I love it! If you have any questions regarding the new shop http://slinkytart.com/Store/  even for the old store TSC, please don't hesitate to contact Tamara @ info@slinkytart.com.

Now to show you my creation with Valentina, just click on the link and you'll find her there if you want to buy her. If you love these Smexy/Pin-Up Styled digis then you would love to join in at https://www.facebook.com/groups/SlinkyTart/ there are sometimes prizes, get info from store, even inspiration from everyone else who loves Slinky Tart and sometimes who knows... a discount code.


 I loved coloring Valentina with my Copic markers.
The clouds I created with my Caran D'ache Supracolor II Soft water color pencils
then of course brushed a little water over the drawing for soft puffy clouds.
The Gotcha, arrow and small heart cuts were from the Silhouette store.
The awesome red and blue Bazzill Basic Paper were gifted in a big stack from
my one of my Crafty BFF's BreAnn. :) Thank you so much. 
The super sexy image was provided by Tamara. Thank you very much as well.  
Here is a close up of the face.

I hope you love this image and style, they're so fun to work with.

I leave you with the link to the store and the Facebook page



Thank you for visiting. 

Katya Bess


I will be entering this card at:

3 comments:

  1. Lovely card. Congratulations on being on the design team for slinkytart.

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  2. Another lovely card, love your coloring! Thanks for sharing with us at Mema's Crafts.

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  3. Dang lady! Wow on the coloring. TFS with us at Mema's Crafts.

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