I imported Mila into Silhouette Studio so that I could create a cutline for her and resize her according to the size of my card by creating a 4.25×5.5 inch rectangle in the software and then importing her into it. I wanted her to not cover the background altogether, but still be large enough to be a very specific focal point. Once that decision was made, I printed her out onto Daler-Rowney Drawing paper and colored her with my Prismacolor colored pencils. I used the tooth of the paper to provide the texture of the tires.
Julia Spiri’s Mila digi
Daler-Rowney Drawing paper
Recollections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
Patterned paper from my stash
Recollections Snow detail embossing powder
Martha Stewart Score Board
Hero Arts Acts of Kindness stampset
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