Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Elf'n around

Have you ever lost a digital image in your computer?  I feel almost certain it should be there, but I just can't find it.  I know it will show up after the project has been completed and its not  needed anymore.  So while I was looking at every image, and I mean every image stored on my PC, I came across these cute little Elf images. I hadn't planned on coloring them all today, but since all those red and green markers were laying on my desk, I just kept going.  I had alot of fun and also got to practice on coloring those reds.
So here's what I did today...

Using Copic Markers, Wink of Stella and a little flower soft on the Elf's hat

Front of card using a circle window to get a sneak peek at the Elf inside

Fun Elf on the inside

This little elf is so cute with his holiday garland.

Thanks for stopping by today.


Tuesday, November 17, 2015

I Love Power Poppy

What a great weekend at the Indiana Paper Art Gathering.
I had the opportunity to visit with my sister and meet many new friends. 
Catching up on some of my coloring and practicing new techniques, its was also time for a Power Poppy release.
The digital image below is
Partridge in the Pear Tree

Using Copic Markers, I selected basic holiday colors and used a simple layering technique for my card.

  I want to thank you for stopping by today and wish you a Blessed Day


Thursday, November 12, 2015

Catching Up

Just wanted to check in for a quick post.  It's been awhile since I was here.
 I think my editing program is now fixed and updated.

Today I'm sharing my 2015 Halloween shaker card.

This was my card design and they were made by using scrap paper so they all looked somewhat different. It was fun to use my Fuse Tool for the shaker portion.  I have found that I love this tool as it reduces the thickness of the card which keeps the mailing cost down.

I'm headed out this weekend to the Indiana Paper Arts Gathering in Indianapolis Indiana.
It will be held at Camp Camby, Hosted by Creek Bank Creations.
If you're in the area stop by and check things out. 
 All vendors are open for shopping.

Thanks for stopping by and sticking with me in the lack of posting.  Hopefully I'll get better and back into the swing of things.