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Card Basics ~~ One 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of card stock will make a base for 2 cards. Cut it at 4 1/4 portrait and score at 5 1/2. Or for landscape cut at 5 1/2 and score at 4 1/4.

Some of the tools I always use are Stampin' Up! products. The BEST! ~~BIG SHOT die cutting machine #113439 ~~ Grid paper #102878 (easy clean up, has grid and ruler on it! 100 sheets to a pad) ~~ Stampin' UP! Stampin Trimmer (cutting and scoring) - #126889 ~~Bone Folder #102300 - this little tool is a MUST! ~~Multipurpose Liquid Glue #110755 ~~ Glue Dots #103683 ~~ Stampin' Dimensionals #104430


Sunday, June 2, 2013

Learning to color....

You think that coloring is easy ~ we all colored in coloring books as children...so what could be so hard about it?  EVERYTHING to me! I have trouble with which color to use for what etc...I've been watching some videos  (thank you Judy Thompson for sharing) and trying to do a little more.  Practice does not make perfect for me, only a little better. 

Here's my card from yesterday. Another friend (Linda) came over and we stamped some Thomas Kinkade images.  We tried a few different color combinations but this card was stamped on slick white card stock, then again on a piece of acetate.  After coloring on the card stock with Prismacolor pencils,  I put the acetate over the colored part.  Tried to give it a little light with a yellow sharpie on the back side of the image on the acetate where the windows are.  I used some Nestabilities to cut the cardstock for the Thomas Kinkade image to be viewed in.  All card stock is Stampin' Up!  And the embossing folder is also Stampin' Up!

Hope you like my card.






 
Thanks for taking the time to check out my work.... have a blessed day!

4 comments:

  1. Wow, love that idea, looks brilliant, thanks for sharing with us........
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    1. thanks Karen and thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave me a little encouragement!

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  2. That turned our beautiful Tona! Haven't worked on mine yet. Will let you know when I do.

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    1. thanks Linda! You'll have to post a photo to your blog when you do! I'm sure it will be great!

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