Sometimes when you look at something it just speaks to you. When I first saw the Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Die Set a flag as well as waving hair came to mind. You can check out the flag I created here.
Today I have to two versions of my wavy hair design. The first one was a combination of the wavy hair and a winking face I found on Pinterest. I love how the hair turned out as well as the eyes. The rest including the Lego block face didn’t quite make it for me. Lol!
The eyes are from the Festive Flower Builder punch with a bit of trimming. The lashed are from a 1-1/4″ Circle punch. The nose is the the Sweetheart from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlints with slight curves punched with the edges softened. The lips are also from the Festive Flower Builder punch. The lips are Real Red embossed clear then punched out.
This time I went for more of a face shape including a neck. The bangs and top of the head were curved to to soften the look. The nose is the “7” from the Large Numbers Framelits turned upside down and trimmed quite a bit. Lol! The mouth is two of the large pieces from the Festive Flower Builder punch. They are Watermelon Wonder clear embossed then overlapped. I did trim the lips down a bit as well. I also drew the slight curve on the lips to break them up. I wanted to add just a bit more sparkle so the lashes called out for sparkle. Lol!
The head top is the fold with the neck and behind hair attached to the card back.
Neither is perfect, but they were from my imagination and pretty darn cute. To be honest. I got tired of working on the second version and said what the heck! I hope these inspire you to get creative out there.
Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you have a great weekend.
- STAMP: None
- PAPER: Blushing Bride, Chocolate Chip, Early Espresso, Basic Black, Watermelon Wonder
- INK: Blushing Bride (sponging), VersaMark
- ACCESSORIES: Punches–Festive Flower Builder, 5/8″ & 1-1/4″ Circles | Framelits–Large Numbers | Thinlits–Swirly Scribbles and Mini Treat Bag | Clear Embossing Powder | Rhinestones
Sparkly Hugs, Carol