I printed the image out onto Daler-Rowney Drawing paper and colored the penguins with my Prismacolor colored pencils. I decided that penguins did not necessarily need to wear black jackets, they could choose to wear pink ones too. All the adults got either purple or teal accessories and the one smaller one got his cap and scarf in a unique color.
I recently won some stamps as a first prize in a challenge and one of them is this gingham background stamp. So I had to try it out. I stamped it with Rose Bud Memento ink onto a card panel and adhered it to my cardfront. I then added my focal image on the lower end of the card and framed both sides with a thin strip each of purple and teal cardstock.
I completed the card by stamping the sentiment with Versamark ink and embossing it with purple embossing powder. I love these little guys and look forward to seeing your Christmas/Winter creations over at the Cute ‘N Crafty Christmas Challenge
Daler-Rowney Drawing paper
Reflections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
White, teal and purple cardstock
Sheepski Designs Huddle digi
Prismacolor colored pencils
Kaisercraft Gingham stamp
Rose Bud Memento ink
Sentiment stamp from my stash
Purple embossing powder
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