The inspiration for my color scheme came from a piece of Polished Stone background paper that I had laying around in my UFO (Un-finished Objects) piles. - I wasn't the first to claim the UFO phrase but for the life of me I don't recall where I heard it first but I liked it so I've adopted the phrase myself. I'm sure most of us have UFO piles in our stamp rooms just waiting to be used on a project when the right inspiration hits.
For my Polished Stone piece I believe that I used Orchid Opulence, Pretty in Pink and Bliss Blue (retired now) plus a Metallic Gold reinker (Tsukineko).
I colored my little ElzyBell girls with Copic Markers. I am still getting the hang of using them but I like how they turned out on this card. The colors I used are: YR24 (Pale Sepia)
E00 (Skin White), Y15 (Cadmium Yellow), YG00 (Mimosa Yellow), BG45 (Nile Blue), RV17 (Deep Magenta), BV000 (Iridescent Mauve), and V17 (Amethyst). I also used an SU Certainly Celery Marker on the flower stem as I didn't have the shade of green I wanted in my Copic set. - I colored my image and then cut out the dress on the girl in turquoise and stamped the dots from (Itty Bitty Backgrounds) and added a few more with a Basic Black marker. The purple dress was also cut out and then colored with a purple Spica Glitter pen. I also colored both flowers with Spica Glitter Pens and the pink punched flower as well.
My card base is: Orchid Opulence layered with Tempting Turquoise and my Polished Stone piece. Then I added a strip on TT and a piece of Pretty in Pink that I ran through my Cuttlebug using the Swiss Dot Embossing Folder. I cut my image out using a circle Nestabilites Die and layered it onto a scalloped circle. The sentiment was punched with a circle punch (McGill) and layered onto the Nestabilites scalloped cirle.
I used the 3 For You flower punch and punched out a Pretty In Pink flower and 3 Tempting Turquoise flowers. I added mini brads (Queen and Company) to the centers. My image and sentiment were mounted using foam mounting tape.