I’ve had this “A Day For Daisies” image for quite awhile and I thought I’d color it up in one of my very favorite color combos…pink and green.
I’ve colored her with my Copic Markers. All the pattern paper is from a stack by My Favorite Things called “Tiny Check Brights” 6×6 Paper Pack. The Happy Birthday sentiment is stamped with MFT’s coordinating ink called Razzle Berry.
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I’ve had this set of cute “Draco” images, which are done by Digital Artist Janice Cullen Colliers of Scrapper’s Delight, for several months now and when I saw it was her new “Friday Freebie,” I couldn’t resist using him on my next Christmas card. He’s “Christmas Draco 2” and will available for the entire month of Dec.
I should mention that he started out as a Christmas card, but the finished product turned out quite big so I plan to use him on the front of a gift bag. Now I just have to find a white one…and I think I’ll also make a small matching gift tag.
This time I have colored the image with my Prisma Pencils. Since I used a very thin computer paper to print the image on, I opted not to use the Gamsol with the pencils. I think it’s the first image that I’ve ever colored this way and to be honest, I’m not sure if I like it or not.
The pattern papers are from a stack called “Snow Day” by “The Paper Studio” and is one that I bought last year at Hobby Lobby. I still love this red and turquoise color combination. I used a Corner Die by Die-namics from My Favorite Things, and the Letter Dies are by ART-C and have matching stamps.
This is my card for the “Crafty Awesomeness Challenge.” We were suppose to use a Digital Stamp and a Gina Marie Die.
The image I chose was one by Mo Manning called “Toyshop Helper” and is available at Mo’s Digital Pencil. I colored the image with my Copic Markers and a touch of white pen.
The red and green Cardstock is from my scrap pile, but the pattern paper is from a 6×6 DCWV stack called “The Christmas Basics,” which I bought last year.
The Twine is from Hobby Lobby and the Red Ribbon is from JoAnns. I dotted the background with Liquid Pearls and Ranger Stardust Stickles.
The Gina Marie Die is from the Stitched Hexagon Die Set. Make sure to check out her great selection and great prices.
We have a family birthday that sometimes falls on Thanksgiving or at the very least the same week. I tackled this card after finishing the last of my Thanksgiving cards and I just love this cute image. He’s called “Birthday Cupcake” and is by the very talented digi artist Bloobel.
I had very little time to make this card so it’s very simple. I colored the image with my Copic Markers and used this great pattern paper from My Favorite Things. It’s from their “Birthday Blowout” 6×6 Paper Pack. I love the bright colors and the several different sheets of printed birthday text sheets.
This is also my #1 Card Sketch in MsWipz’s Monthly Challenge.
I had a few minutes today and thought I give it a go at coloring this “Dearie Dolls” digi image. When I looked at them I wondered if they were looking for the “perfect pumpkin” to make their pie? LOL.
I colored them with my Copic Markers and also used a few of my Prisma Colored Pencils and a White Pen.
I made the card base out of Kraft Paper from My Favorite Things and my Gold Paper is also from them. The die I used for the Corners came from My Paper World, which is an Australian Co.
The assorted Sequins are also from My Favorite Things. The Fence Punch is by Martha Steward and is several years old.
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