Had fun coloring the image in with Copics and Prismacolor pens, using what I call a "palette technique" which I learned from a video tutorial shared by Jenn Muraoka on her blog. I consider her an expert at this, and I think you will agree once you have seen the all the beautiful cards she has created. Jen has an incredible eye for color, and her talent for blending colors is just amazing. She also always posts the pen colors she used to make her card, which makes it easy to learn how to re-create some of the different shades and hues she uses.
Oh, I do have one little "secret" to share about this card...as I was coloring Miss Anya, I realized that I did not own any black Copics or Prismacolors. I really wanted to try shades of black and gray for her long locks, so I ended up using a black Sharpie marker! I used the blender pen and different shades of grey Prismacolors to pull and blend the black. Didn't turn out too bad, huh.
Finished my card with pink Bo Bunny double dot cardstock, Bazzill Bling, printed glittered cardstock from a DCWV stack, and some flower rhinestone blings from Photocraft. Used a Martha Stewart lace edge punch for the lace border, and Nestabilities for the scallop circle. Flower petals are from Heidi Swapp, and the round stamped sentiment is from an Autumn Leaves clear stamp set.