Tag with a step-by-step coloring of a stamp

Hello everyone
Today I’m sharing a new project for Polkadoodles. My focal point of this project is a stamp from the stamp set called “Be true to yourself”. Down below, I got a step-by-step with pics.

I started by stamping the girl from the stamp set. Then I started with coloring her with Copics. I start with the skin first, and my first color choice is E04. The darkest skin color.

Next color I use is E11.

After that, I go to E21.

The blending is starting to go together here with E00.

The lightest color is E000.

I add some blush with R22 and blend it with E000 again.

Next, I start to color the hair and start with the darkest color that is BG09.

I start to blend it with BG07.

And then with BG05.

The final blend here is with BG000.

Then I go to the dress. And start with RV17.

Next, I go to RV06.

And then RV04.

The final blend is with RV21.

The eyes I color with BG13 to BG34 and end it with BG11.

And here she is fully colored and cut out.

Next, I die-cut out a tag that I covered with a paper from the butterfly daisy paper pack. I also colored in the tag a little bit with Distress Ink and the heavenly circles stencil.

Then I stamp butterflies from the stamp set Flowers/butterflies stamp set. I colored them with Copics in the same pink and blue colors that I colored the girl with. I then cut them out with a scissor.

I adhere the stamps to the tag and decorate with pearls in different sizes in blue and pink colors.

Next, I die-cut out a little tag that I colored in with Distress ink and the heavenly circles stencil. I also stamp one of the sentiments from the Be true to yourself stamp set. I attach the tag to the bigger tag with a ribbon. Finally, I add another ribbon to big tag.

I hope you liked my double tag. I’m really satisfied with the color choice and the pearls as a frame.

Have a crafty day!

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