Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Make a Wish



Today I made a gender neutral A2 sized card with the cutie of a bear from the Make A Wish set by Penny Black that is available from Stamper's Dream. The card was made to fit the CP98 sketch from this week's Card Patterns blog challenge. I don't generally leave a lot of blank space on a card but I love how the busy pattern on the designer paper disguises the empty space :)



This roley poley little bear was water coloured with tombows and is sitting on a bed of grass made from prisma pencils and gamsol with a little bit of sponging thrown in for good measure. He has been popped up on dimensionals and the daisies were coated in white gel pen since I got a little crazy with my colouring outside the lines ;) White gel pens can kinda of be a life saver when you are working with low lighting and little sleep :D

Thanks for coming by today and I will be back on Friday with another creation for you to see :)

Card Recipe:

Stamps: Penny Black Make a Wish from Stamper's Dream
Paper: Gina K, Water Colour, Espresso, My Mind's Eye DP, October Afternoon DP
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Baja, Teal, Olive, Caramel, Chocolate
Accessories: Sewing Machine, Cuttlebug and Embossing Folders, Spellbinders Lables Three Nestabilities, Sponges, Dimensionals, Ribbon, Buttons, Twine, Dew Drops, MFT Jumbo Scallop Dienamic, White Gel Pen, Tombow Markers, Water Brush, Prisma Pencils, Gamsol


7 comments:

Michelle said...

Is that little bear not the cutest thing EVER????? LOVE what you did with him, Kim. This card just makes me smile all over myself! :)

Kelly Schelske said...

This lil guy is so sweet Kim, love it!

Mary said...

Great little card Kim. Love the colors, the image and you put it together very sweetly...

Vanessa said...

Wow, amazing coloring, Kim!!! This is fab!! Thanks for joining us at Card Patterns!!!

Beth Norman said...

He's too cute. As always, an awesome job with Tombows.

Robin McK said...

Kim - this is absolutely stunning!!!

Shannon-Lee said...

Kim, I love your cards so much! They are always so beautiful, and the colouring blows my mind!