Sunday, November 25, 2012

Burlesque Bettys Sneak Peak - Preview Day 1

Hello, all! Today is a day I have been looking forward to for a while! This is the beginning of the sneak peeks for a fabulous new stamp line from Simply B Stamps! These stamps are so cool and fun to play with! I sure enjoyed coloring them and making them into cards!

Betty put it perfectly in the description on the Simply Betty Stamps Blog:

Glamour, Dance, and Song....

What would you get from all three clues in our post title?

One heck of a Bettys Line...


Imagine the possibilities with such cute images! As we take you on a tip tap toeing preview week we promise to Dazzle you! These cuties are sure to knock your socks off and have you dancing around the craft room with lots of glitter, flock, and rhinestones!

Today we are going to kick it off with
Betty Bad Girl

To show how versatile these cuties are sure to be, we have each done her up in a different theme.

My theme for Betty Bad Girl was the color scheme of Black, Red, and Cream. Here she is!

You Take the Stage! This is my version of Betty Bad Girl. I had a lot of fun trying to color her hair a blue black. Never done that before! Lol. But I like how it came out.
The red curtains are cut out from cardstock and inked with Red Brick Distress Ink to make them look like they are pleated. Then I added Liquid pearls to make them look like they had fringe. I inked the background paper with Vintage Photo Distress Ink to get a cream color instead of white.
Please hop around and check out the rest of the gal's creations with Betty Bad Girl, each one has a different theme to share!



  1. This is just STUNNING! The hair, the colors everything as usual!

  2. she looks fantastic I love how you coloured her hair...super card as always

  3. Beautiful colouring, love the blue in her hair, so striking.

  4. Love it! And her hair turned out lovely.

  5. I love how you "staged her" Great job.

  6. Very creative work with the curtains! The color scheme is fun, fun, fun! Love your coloring!

  7. Incredible job, Celina. I soooo love how you did the curtains. Awesome.

  8. So bright and bold, amazing job I love it!