I used Liquitex gold acrylic paint and used my finger to color the sun. It's difficult to see here but it made the sun appear more yellow.
I stamped the image again onto cardstock a few times to construct her dress to not only add color but also dimension.
Neocolor water soluble wax pastel set to give her face a flesh color. To be honest, I laid it on heavier than I normally would because the area is quite textured and I really wanted to make her not look green. Better, right? And I laid the color on so thick, well . . .I had to draw in her eyes with a permanent pen.
Now back to the bead caps. I glued those babies down to the ends of the clothes line. Also added cream colored jute as the actual line with regular Sobo glue. I say cream colored jute because I go to Daiso who offers it in sets with various shades of a color.
Above I stamped clouds using Hampton Arts stamps. The white cloud was stamped with white Brilliance ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I then used Stazon to stamp the outline. Added a bit of Sobo glue with my finger onto the white parts of the clouds and sprinkled a light dusting of the Cool Highlight glitter from Glitter Ritz for extra pizzazz (not shown). Also on the sun, I used my finger to "paint" in between the sun rays (Dew Drops) and onto the sun with gold and yellow Liquitex acrylic ink.
While this was all happening, I made molds of Prima resin flower cabs and made a few flowers. While my flowers were in the oven, I added a Creative Imaginations rubon, a flower to my girl's hair, a Hampton Arts bird and doodled a few music notes.
I actually didn't want to move big items out of the closet to find a matching color of clay so I painted the cooled flowers with acrylic paint and distressed them with Distress Ink using my fingers. I glued those babies on and drew in stems.
A girl needs diamond earrings and some Stickles! And I was done!!!!!