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Classy Olivia goes Goth! | How to change the style of an image by adding details with a multiliner

Hi Everyone! Marika here with another card and video tutorial. You might have seen this card before as it was featured on the Make It Crafty challenge a couple of months ago, (just looked it up, it was in february!!!). I finally gotten to edit the video and I really wanted to share it with you.

So the challenge (in february?!) was to add details with a multiliner, it could really be anything, adding another pattern on a dress, really anything. Just before creating this card, Nicoletta shared her card in our design team group, and I just piggybacked on it. She added net tights on her character and just had to add some on mine, but with a twist.

When I was young I had a pair of lacy fingerless gloves, they where red and one of my priced possessions. Funny thing is that I loved them just as much when I was a toddler as I loved them when I was a mid teen, and I did use them. And that together with Nicolettas card made me create this one.

I really love taking Classy Olivia, which is a very posh girl, and just by adding those details, the lacy tights and and the lacy fingerless gloves, and also adding another color scheme, she is transformed to someone that is a little more like me, well the 16 year old me anyway.

With all the details in the card I felt I wanted to make the card clean and simple, I love clean and simple cards, but clean and simple doesn’t need to be colorless. So I choose a very punchy paper, that had a very light pattern, put that on a black cardbase, I even decorated the inside so that you can write on it without a white gel pen. I then added a sentiment from cardboard pieces, and the last details was a couple of hearts. As usual if you want to see the process you can watch the videos below.

RV21, RV23, RV25, RV29
T6, T8, T10, 100
E50, E00, E21, E11, E04
E39, E29, E49, B63


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