Say hellow to Bella's version of Betty Boop. These Lulu's remind me so much of the 1930's headline lady Betty Boop. A very sassy independent gal with a lot of class. A perfect fit for Em the Bella Queen herself.
If you just happened to stumble on my blog, welcome to the first Lulu Blog hop. Please go back and start at Bloggabella to see how it all began. However, if you arrived from Sparkle's blog then you came from the right place. You are on the right track to continue seeing all of the Lulu creations everyone has come up with.
I was fortunate enough receive these images from my fabulous bella sistah Laura (llevans) so I could see them up close and in real life. Besides a big thank you all I can say is WOW!
Being the sophisticated lady Lulu is, I figured I should use sophisticated colors. Using SU's Rich Razzelberry as my chosen color Henrietta Lulu is colored with Copics to match. I then cut her out with nesties and keeping the card simple used minimal layers. A little distressing here, a simple border with ribbon, finish with a flower and Ta Dah her she is, in all her glory.
Now if that isn't enough and you haven't already enjoyed all the fabulous designs, how about a prize? Somewhere along the hop there is a hidden prize, a $25 Gift Voucher to Stamping Bella is out there somewhere. One pre-selected blogger will draw a random winner from the comments on her post. The best part is we are not telling you where it is.
So remember as you hop leave comments on every post so you have a chance to win! The winner will be announced Monday in the Splitcoast forum. Be sure to watch for your name, but in the mean time hop on over to Janet's blog and see what corrosive creation she has come up with.
Thanks for stopping by.
Stamps: Stamping Bella-Henrietta Lulu
Paper: SU Rich Razzelberry & Certainly Celery
SU ribbon, SU border punch, nestabilities, prima flowers, bella dots & baubles
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