Stamped Images: I used the Wendy girl (representing me), Peter Pan boy (representing Mr. CraftyPaws) and “forever young” sentiment from The Greeting Farm’s Never Ever (retired) stamp set as well as the pup from The Greeting Farm “Mini Remix Happy” stamp set (representing Bandito as a doggy Tinkerbell). They were all stamped out with Momento Desert Sand ink and colored in the no line style with the following Copic colors:
Skin: E51, E53, R21, E11, and R30
Girl’s hair: C00, C4, C6, C7
Boy’s hair: E55 and E57
Dog’s fur: C00, C2, E11, E13, E15 and white gelly roll gel pen
Girl’s Dress and book: RV000, RV00, RV11, E81, E43, E84
Boy’s Outfit: YG21, YG25, YG95, YG97, and G99 plus some detailing with Distress Markers in Peeled Paint and Crushed Olive
For extra details on the images, I added white gelly roll pen details on the girl’s glasses and coated them with Glossy Accents for shine. I also used the top parts of a punched Martha Stewart Butterfly Punch topped with glitter glue for sparkle as wings for Bandito as Tinkerbell. I hand fussy cut each image out and popped them up on fun foam or double sided foam adhesive for added dimension.
Backgrounds: I used 2 patterned papers from an old DCWV paper stack from my hoard vault called, “The Lace & Linen Stack.” I used a Tim Holtz Alterations Weathered Clock die and Prima Vintage Clock die to create the white/pink/vintage tonal background layer just beneath the pictures. I wanted a lot of texture and detail for this layer, without distracting from the pictures of Biscuit or the stamped and colored images so I layered all these dies and stamped the “forever young” sentiment simply with more Tim Holtz Distress Inks in Spun Sugar and Antique Linen.