Saturday, April 20, 2019

7 Kids Crafts: Nami Never Stop Dreaming!

Hello Everybody!

There is lots of fun going on this week over at 7 KIDS Customers Create! Facebook Group there are three vault images (originally released in 2013.) These vault images will be available only for one week, check them out here: Sweet November stamps.

For today's card I'm featuring: Sweet November - Nami you can also chose her little mermaid sisters Sweet November - Nalu or Sweet November - Hanalei or you can just get them all because they are all just so adorable! Another way to get these cuties is by playing along during the live videos or playing along in the games for a chance to win one or all... I think it depends on the game. Remember the games are here: 7 KIDS Customers Create! Facebook Group

I wanted to create a simple underwater scene. Nami is already in a seated position so it was easy to draw/color sand under her without too much technical thinking.  I colored her up with Copic markers, I added a little shimmer to her tail with a Spectrum Noir sparkle pen and added a little Stampendous! embsossing enamel powder to the sand to give it some texture. The "Never stop dreaming!" sentiment is actually from a retired Kraftin' Kimmie stamp set called Serena Sparkles.

Sweet November - Nami 
I randomly freehand some starfish and a shell,
one of them looks like a wonky banana starfish... lol

Some of the Copic colors I used:
BG32, BG34
YR61, YR12, YR24, Y,15 Y17, Y06
Y23, Y26, Y28

Many of the colors were repeated throughout and
some I may had added one more color,
for example the ocean, the eyes and seashell. 

Here I turned off some of my lights and only left one so you can see
the shimmer a lot better. 

The colors I chose for her were inspired by some of the gold fish
in one of our tanks. My daughter Daenerys says she looks like a
mermaid Repunzel. heehee

Thank you so much for visiting.

Katya Bess

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