Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron

Saturday, April 23, 2011

A Magical Day

Well I spent part of yesterday catching up on my colouring, and managed to get 3 images coloured and one put together.  I hope and can get a few more coloured before I go back to work on Monday, to get ahead.

For today's card, I reached for another new image (well new to me).  Yes it's another Pixie. These are such adorable images, how could you not want to colour them!  I have Peachy Pixie to share.

I stamped her on bella's bestest white with black memento ink.  Coloured her with prismacolour pencils and blended with gamsol. Next, I used the slender oval s/binder dies as well as the scallop to cut the next couple of layers. I couldn't decide which of these papers to use from DCWV - Latte matstack- so I cut strips and used all 3! I then stitched them onto a piece of brown c/s.  The sentiment can be found here. I just love the bella's sentiments using mixed fonts. 
Finished it off with some - oh so pretty Martha Stewart mauve seam binding ribbon, and lots of glitter.

Enjoy the rest of your Easter weekend, and thanks for stopping by.



"Luv 2 Glitter" by Brenda M. said...

You definitely have a way with papers.... love what you do!

Jess-The Whimsical Butterfly said...

Awwww this stamp is SO cute. You colored her up beautifully! I love it-gonna have to get her! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Carla Murphy said...

This one is just adoreable Pauline. I love how she's highlighed in soft blue & sparkles... could be a starry night.

Dana White said...

This is so sweet - I really love these pixies. What a perfect sentiment to use with the image! Hope you had a great weekend

Crafty Cath said...

Another super sweet card. You have such a great eye for layout design. I just love the oval image panel for this stamp! And your coloring blows me away.

Tammy Hershberger said...

LOVE this, Pauline! GREAT coloring! I would LOVE to know sometime how you do your glittering! I can't make mine look like that no matter what I try!