Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Mo's Digital Pencil - GiddyUp

Good morning everyone, how are you on this wonderful Wednesday?  I am finally starting to feel better after a miserable cold coming on the minute school ended.  Such is the way I guess and I am just grateful I could be home to rest instead of running out to work while feeling miserable!


Today I am posting a card that I made for the challenge at the Mo's Digital Pencil challenge blog.  This week the challenge was to make a male inspired card, like many of you this is just such a weakness for me.  I can never think of embellishments that are manly yet nice looking. I always feel like my male cards are just, well, they just look plain.  Today's card isn't any different but I finished and I would like to enter it into today's challenge.  For the card I used the image, GiddyUp.


I am also going to enter my card into the challenge at the Sketch Saturday Challenge blog.


Materials Used for This Project:
Copic Markers - R27, R24, R22, R20, C9, C7, C5, C3, C1, E35, E34, E31, E30
SU Bashful Blue stamp pad
Spellbinder's Nestabilities labels die
Glitter embellishments

Here's a close up of my colored image.


Thanks so much for stopping by,



3 comments:

  1. Hi Marlena! So glad you were able to get your card into this week's challenge at Mo's! Your coloring rocks! And the colors and papers are perfect! I love it! Thanks so much for joining us this week at mo's! Hugs. Pat Frank

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  2. Oh, this is absolutelt gorgeous, Marlena! I thought I knew Mo's store like I know my pocket (lol, do you say that?:))but no idea how I missed this lovely image. I love this to bits and your coloring is always so perfect!
    Glad you shared your card with us at Mo's this week!
    Hugs, Iulia

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  3. excellent use of the sketch and outstanding colouring skills

    Good luck in the challenges, hugs Sarah-Louise My Blog - Tiggertastic

    Designing for:

    Sketch Saturday , Bearly Mine Designs and Kenny K

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