Monday, 26 August 2013

Lacy Sunshine Native American Girl

Have any of you ever visited Lacy Sunshine? The digital images drawn by the owner, Heather, are just so sweet  and there are such a variety of characters as you can see from this lovely Native American girl.

After going to watch The Lone Ranger at the cinema this week, I was prompted to print out this image and colour her in, to see how I got on with black hair.
As you can see, I still have a way to go with my black hair technique  but I soooo enjoyed colouring her and also having a go at creating the yellow glow around her.

I have kept my card really simple, yo focus on the image itself but I teamed her up with a Bearly Mine Steampunk paper (set one I think) because it reminded me of hemp or hessian. The feathers weren't on the paper, but I stamped them using brown dye ink for a bit of interest.

Finally I had to make a few paper feathers for the embellishment as I didn't have any real ones!

So of course there are a few challenges that I would like to enter and here they are.....

Thanks for visiting today.

Sharon x


  1. Beautiful card,lovely design and

  2. Adorable with beautiful earthy tones.
    Hugs Desíre {Doing Life}

  3. Adorable image. Love the colors you used. Thanks for entering our Anything Goes challenge at Created With Love Challenges.

  4. Oh Sharon this is just beautiful. I love the earth tones you chose. She looks so real. The feathers are perfect touch!
    Thanks so much for joining us in the fun at Created With Love Challenges.
    Linda K. DT

  5. What a gorgeous card ,love the image and your colouring is fab
    Thanks for joining us at MIM and good luck
    Tracey x

  6. Hi Sharon, love this image and your colouring is brilliant. Love the paper feathers too. Hugs, Carol S.xx

  7. Thanks for joining us this week at Created With Love Challenges for our Anything Goes Challenge!

  8. A lovely card Sharon and such a sweet image. Love your colours. Thank you for joining us at AGOAC. xx

  9. Super cute card! I love your coloring. Thank you for joining us over at The Squirrel and the Fox!


I love to receive your comments, so thanks so much for taking the time to visit me and tell me what you think. Happy crafting! Sharon