The background is this great two sided print from Echo Park. I thought of my Bombshell Angel stamp the moment I saw that paper in the store. It used to be a crisp black and white. I took a Spellbinder Embossing folder and some SU Going Grey classic ink to it. I shaded the paper before embossing and then did another round of shading/distressing after running it through the embossing folder. The blue paper is a print from Creative Memories that's got a few years on it, but I'm good with "vintage" paper if you will. I love it all. The accents are some Basic Grey ribbon and a line of brads.
Now to the main image herself. She's my Bombshell Angel from Bombshell Stamps. I stamped her using Memento Ink (Rich Cocoa) and then colored her using my Copic markers. I dressed her up like a paper doll using this coordinating cutting file from Bombshell Stamps. I cut the dress using Make The Cut software and my KNK Zing. I shaded the blue dress (and the blue used for the mats) with some SU Classic ink.
And here's the inside of the card. I ran a piece of white cardstock into the die cut machine but only an inch or less and rolled it back out. I added some shading around the edges and a few scraps of printed paper (also shaded). Viola... done!
Here's the card sketch used from the Bombshell Stamps forum.
Stamps: Bombshell Stamps (Bombshell Angel)
Ink: Memento (Rich Cocoa), Stampin' Up (Basic Grey, Brocade Blue)
Coloring: Copic markers
Papers: Echo Park print, Creative Memories print, Nennah (for the Bombshell Angel image), Hammermill coverstock (for the inside of the card), Stampin Up (Basic Black for the card base)
Tools: Spellbinder embossing folder
Accents: Basic Grey Ribbon, Paper Studio brads, Stampin' Up Dimensionals
Bombshell Angel stamp set
Bombshell Angel cutting file