Monday, February 23, 2009

Anya and the Rockers

I was a big Barbie fan, back in the day! I remember Barbie and the Rockers, but I think it wasbeyond the "acceptable" age for me to play with those particular Barbies. But, what the heck, I still play with Barbies...I just do it with a four year old now!! I was trying to dream up something fun for Anya to do, and this card came to me!

I do have to tell you all about the background paper. It was black with line drawings of roses with leaves. Well, like a crazy person, I sat there and colored them in with Spica glitter pens in red and green. (I think I may be a little obsessed with coloring) Anyway, I cut the curtains free hand and put rather crude lines to denote folds in them. The stretchy ribbon I found was a perfect addition as a tieback. Anya is so fun to play with, and she always does the coolest things.

Card Details:

Stamps: Rockstar Anya by the Greeting Farm, sentiment computer generated
Paper: DCWV designer paper, Real Red CS by SU, Georgia Pacific white, Basic Black by SU
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Summer Sun for sponging of circle
Accessories: Copic markers (hair: E33 and E57; Dress: R29; Skin: E00; Guitar N5 and spica red and black glitter pens); eyelets; silver cord; Red/pink elastic ribbon from Target; red rhinestone stickers


Heather said...

Nancy, this is fabulous!!! I love all the little details you added. Great card!

Anonymous said...

So cute...the stage curtains are terrific. What fun to color in the flowers on the bg paper.

Sharon H

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

This is so cute, Nancy! I have something for you on my blog!!!

Christi said...

This is awesome!!! I love the curtains!!!

Tina said...

This is adorable!!! I love all the details you added!

Patti said...

This is a great card. You really paid attention to the touches that make it special.

Cassie said...

oh gosh this is soooo great!!! i love LOVE that you put her on a stage!!
i too loved to play barbies and i've saved ALL of my barbie stuff - in case i ever have a little girl or granddaughter to play with someday!

jami {sgtStamper} said...

Awesome!! I love those curtains! Your "crude" pleats look fantastic - I thought it was fabric at first!! Anya Rocks!!

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