Sunday, April 17, 2011

Feeling Blue?

Paint yourself a different color! That is soooo cute, I love these sweet/funny sentiments by children from Inkadinkado. I can just hear my own kids saying similar things when they were little, lol!
Anyway, I thought it was appropriate for this sweet raincoat clad cutie. After all, she's all in yellow, and you can't feel blue in yellow! This darling image is another beautiful digi stamp from Mo Manning. I'm telling you, she's got stamps for every occasion, from common to completely uncommon, but so appropriate. Her style is just so different, and I love so many of them.


I colored her with my colored pencils, and added Liquid Glass all over her rain gear. Looks more like shiny vinyl that way.


Hope this cheers up your day a little, I know she just makes me smile! Thanks for visiting!

P.S.- I've added a bunch of cards to my Etsy shop, take a look if you have a minute.

Stamps: Digital image from Mo's Digital Pencil, Inkadinkado sentiment
Ink: Perfect Match
Paper: Heavenly White card base, Cosmo Cricket Salt Air, Papertrey Ink and Core'dinations
Tools & Accessories: EK Success bubble edge punch, PTI ribbon/button, assorted colored pencils, OMS, Liquid Glass, Copics (for flesh tones), Spica glitter pens

9 comments:

  1. FABULOUS...love the raincoat..great effect..gorgeous wee image and I love the colouring..fabulous card..spot on.
    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  2. Great, great card! I have this image (& the sentiment) & would never have thought of combining the two. They are perfect together! Love it!!

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  3. Talk about cute, well, this fits the bill 100% totally love it

    And, I'm Not feeling blue anymore thanks to you and this adorable card

    Hugs
    Debbie

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  4. Hi, this is just absolutely gorgeous! Love the sweet little image and that sentiment sure made me smile lol. Coloured to perfection.
    Hugs Jacqui xxxxx

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  5. Aww this is gorgeous! beautiful papers and ribbon. The image is adorable! I love the plastic mac effect - it looks very cool indeed!!!

    Hugs Sue xx

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  6. Love this image & I like how you've added the liquid glass to the rain wear... it really does make it look like vinyl!

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  7. This is beautiful Katrina!! Just noticed you live in Dingmans Ferry PA... Used to live in E.Stroudsburg myself.. how's the traffic these days? LOL... still a traffic jam?
    Hugs,
    Sharon F.

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