The challenge this month is to make a card or project using border punches. To make my card, I used the 'Free Stamp' available at the Wink Wink Store. This stamp comes pre-colored or in black and white. Because I love to color, I chose the black and white version, and colored it with Copic Markers. The paper is by Cosmo Cricket, and I mounted the main image panel up on dimensionals. I used the Stampin Up! Scalloped Border Punch on the side of the main image. The sketch is from Paper Craft Planet and the sentiment is computer generated. I used the Spellbinders Nestabilities 'Blossom' Die for the sentiment because I thought it mimicked the clouds in the designer paper very well.
Here is a close up of the main image so you can see the coloring. Doesn't this bear look so sad? He looks like he could really use some sunshine.
I hope you all can find the time to play along with us this month. You can find further instructions about the challenge HERE.
Have a great day! Amy
What a CUTE image, beautifully colored. Love the sentiment cut in a blossom nestie too!ReplyDelete
What a cute card! Great job on the sketch challenge as well as your shading and coloring of that adorable freebie!ReplyDelete
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This is fabulous Amy! Love this little guy and your coloring is awesome!! Cute to the max!!ReplyDelete
Have a great day!!
Beautiful card! I love the way you used the punch! :)ReplyDelete
So cute, Amy! I love the soft colors!ReplyDelete
Adorable!!! Oh....I must play in this challenge! I simply must!ReplyDelete
Amy, Love your card! Love the muted colors- very soft and pretty!ReplyDelete
This is so darling Amy!! Love it!! Your coloring and layout with the sentiment is perfect!!ReplyDelete
Really adorable image. I like the choice of nesties shape for your sentiment.ReplyDelete
Pre-colored images? Sounds interesting for the copic-challenged.
I hear you about the lack of time. I'm working for the Census for the next month or so in addition to my regular job and doing tax returns at night. But sometimes you have to make yourself take a break.
This is absolutely GORGEOUS, Amy! I love the vintage-y looking papers you used and your great layout! Beautiful work!ReplyDelete