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Bloggers Challenge 59 - The Same But Different

I know I'm late again, but I just can't seem to keep up with the days lately. This weeks challenge was to use the same layout but different stamps & paper. Here is my try at it:





Supplies:
Top-Stamps: Image-Unknown (Received in a RAK), Words-PaperTrey; Paper: Bazzill, Basic Grey, Unknown; Misc: Colored with Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol.
Bottom-Stamps: Image-Inkadinkado, Words-Amuse; Paper: Bazzill, Basic Grey, GP; Misc: Colored with Prismacolor pencils and Gamsol


Be sure to click on the Challenge button on the right and see what the other girls have come up with.



Comments

  1. Both cards are great. Your really did an exceptional job on your coloring/shading. Good work!

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  2. Excellent job on both cards Suzanne. Your coloring and shading is superb. A very simple sketch but perfectly done - the same but different...

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  3. Love the simplicity of the layout....really shows off your coloring so well! Great job!!

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  4. Great Job. How cute is that first card (sad that you don't know where the stamp came from). Love your color choice for the second card.

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  5. What a cool challenge! Love both the cards but my favorite is the top one...just 'cause it's more "cutesy" and my style.

    Jane

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  6. wow - love your two cards. they really look so different with the exact same layout. groovy! and, your coloring is awesome!

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  7. Great cards Suzanne, love both images. Your colouring is fantastic. Better late than never and worth the wait!

    :) Marcia

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  8. Wow, these are beautiful! You do such an awesome job coloring in your images!

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  9. Love it! I like how both cards are so different in feel even though they are the same sketch!

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  10. Somehow some of my e-mails got lost in cyber space and I missed last weeks challenges on a few people! So here I am back-commenting. ;) sorry for being tardy! LoVE the different images and cards you did for this challenge - one fun and whimsical and the other sophisticated elegance! Great job on the same but different challenge! TFS!

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  11. Love that layout choice! Too cute! I have that dress stamp and it's a favorite!

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  12. I have enjoyed looking at your site Suzanne and love these teo cards.
    I cn even help you out witht the make of the little gilr and dog image........I sent them to you (wink)
    It is froma Scottish company called Cuddly Buddly. You will find some nice whimsical and cute images there
    Kind regards JP in the UK

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