Wednesday, March 23, 2011

More Copic coloring projects

I think I may have mentioned before that I love to color - maybe a few times (too many). Here are a couple of projects that I colored with my new toys:

Images are from DigiStamp Boutique - aren't they adorable!!! Card base on the first card is one of the wonderful retired purples from SU (can't remember which one though) which has been stamped using a stamp from In Full Bloom (retired SU) in Versamark and embossed with white ep. I used Pretty in Pink to back the sentiment. The sentiment is one of a set of six "ewe" digis that I have been working on and if you are interested leave me a comment and maybe I'll put it up as a freebie set.

The card base on the chick card is Pretty in Pink and I used some dsp from BG along with a punched strip using one of my new MS punches threaded with a strip of Pretty in Pink which is also what I used to back the image and sentiment. I punched the corners of the image panel with my fave corner punch (if you need details on that leave me a comment too). The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set from SU. I added a couple of pearls and called it done!

Let me know if you are interested in some "ewe" sentiments and I'll get to work on putting those up.

Thanks for visiting!


Design Team Coordinator:
Sentimental Sundays
Kaboodle Doodles

If you have any questions about techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.


Crafting Queen said...

Adorable card!!!

Leah said...

So cute! I love to color too, so relaxing:)

Anonymous said...

sweet cards Chris, love the paper on the the Easter card!

Stef H said...

oh are these ever sweet! sooooo springy - which is what we're definitely needing!

thank you so much for your thooughts & prayers. they are working wonders!

hugs :)

Diane said...

Awwwwww!!!! Love that little chick!
They are both so cute!I can feel Spring when I see these cards!

Juanita said...

What fabby Easter cards.

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