Edith Kemp is like a TV Grandmother. She has the cute white hairstyle that never moves (even on a windy beach). She always
I am thrilled to be a part of the Some Odd Girl Design Team this term. And by thrilled I mean totally and completely giddy and incapable of keeping still while thinking about it. *Grins* So, you’ll be seeing a bit more of me (And more importantly more of SOG) on this blog. Our First challenge of the term was October’s Ombre Challenge.
The first thing I thought of was Ombre hair color, because the first time I ever heard the term was from my favorite hairdresser. So, I knew that I wanted to incorporate an Ombre hairstyle on my SOG image. I used Gaze for my image so that I could put a lot of focus on the hair. I actually used a ton of colors on her hair because I wanted to give it the same depth as I do when I shadow in a standard color set, but I needed to do that for three color blocks and to blend them into each other.
In addition to my Ombre hair coloring, I made an Ombre glitter background panel, fading from a deep magenta glitter to a pale pink glitter.
I kind of love the way she turned out. How would you use Ombre in a paper craft project?