Friday, June 11, 2010

Friday Sketcher's Challenge


I set aside some time today to organize my craft room but I got distracted when I found a Tilda I had yet to stamp and colour so of course I stamped her and yes I created my card for the Friday Sketch challenge. I used copic markers( R22, R27, YG91, YG93, YG95 E40, E50, E30) to colour her and used some paper from my stash and also some Magnolia paper I have been saving for something special. I have lots of paper but for some reason there are some that every time I go to use them I think "This is my last piece so I won't use it" Really crafters are just collectors in disguise!!! I found some cute ladybug buttons while I was reorganizing so I added one along with a flower and some hat pins. Ribbon completes the card.

Tomorrow I am off to Toronto to do the copic certification course with my friend Deb. I am hoping to pick up some more blending techniques and I am excited to try out the airbrushing with copics. I'll post on Sunday with my feedback from the course. Have a great weekend.

6 comments:

  1. Hello Dawn, what a darling little card! You should not hesitate one bit to participate in challenges! I've just picked up that great sketch, and love what you did with it. Your card is so well balaced, the colors are beautiful, coloring is very nice. Enjoy your course, lucky you!
    Danielle.

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  2. I love your card and the flowers that you added are great
    Linda W.

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  3. Such a gorgeous card Dawn. Love the image you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x

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  4. Beautiful card Dawn. Sweet image and I love your sentiment. hugs Shelley

    http://shelley-artfulachievements.blogspot.com/

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  5. Hi Dawn, this is just precious. You did a beautiful job coloring Tilda - it's way more fun to color than to organize your stuff! I love your take on the sketch...hugs...Barb

    p.s. This link worked. No ladybug in front of the link! ;-)

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  6. how cute! lovely coloring!
    Pam Going Postal

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