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Bloggers Challenge #51-Turquoise, Pink & Green Galore

Here is something new (sorry for the not so great photo, still haven't gotten a new camera yet). Just this week I joined the Blogger's Challenge group. Here is my first challenge card. I am really in need of all the motivation I can get and have seen several blogs with Blogger's Challenge post and they all seem to enjoy the challenges so I thought why not see about joining them. I actually enjoyed making this card. The first in a long time that I enjoyed doing.

I colored this with Prismacolor Pencils and a colorless blender pencil. I do sometimes use Gamsol to blend with, but I am trying to teach myself how to color & shade using just my pencils.

Supplies: Stamps-Inky Antics, Amuse; Paper-SU; Ink-Versafine; Misc-Prismacolor Pencils, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Stickles (0n flower centers & wings).

Comments

  1. Very cute! I love that image...so whimsy and summery! Great card and great job with the challenge! {SMILES}

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  2. Welcome, Suzanne. I love Inky Antics...this image is adorable.

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  3. Oh so sweet, Suzanne. Love your cuttlebug background panel and that image is one I've not seen before. He's so cute! Great job with your pencil shading too.

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  4. This is ADORABLE!Beautiful coloring too! Welcome to the group!

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  5. Cute card! Welcome to the group!

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  6. Such a cute card - welcome to the group!

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  7. Welcome to the group Suzanne! Your card is very cute! This is such an adorable image! :D

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  8. So sweet! Welcome to the gang! I have yet to break out my gamsol and blending stumps -- maybe now I'll give them a try! Great job!

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  9. Wonderful job on your first challenge. The picture shows up very well on my computer. Love how you colored the image.
    connie Paxman

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  10. Darling card...What a sweet image. I like how you paired the Green Galore and Turquoise with the softer Pink. Nicely done.

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  11. love the card. the coloring is awesome!

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  12. Great job...love the softer look of Pretty in Pink with this combo!

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  13. Soo cute!! The colours are amazing together!!!! Great job!
    Chris

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  14. So cute Suzanne! I love that little bee guy.

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  15. Love your colouring and choice of colours. Cute

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  16. The choice to use softer shades of these colors is really pretty! Nicely done!

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  17. How cute and sweet! Sorry I missed this when first posted. Welcome to the group....looks like visiting your blog will be a fun stop each week!

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