Good morning friends, it is Monday. We have a new week ahead of us, let us enjoy it. Today I have a card made with another image that I had printed out a long time ago and never got to coloring. It is a sweet penguin flying his kite and drawn by Conie Fong.
I printed the image onto Canson C’ a Grain Drawing paper. I have been using this paper for a while now and I am enjoying it a lot for my pencils. I use the smoother of the two sides and seem to get well blended and yet vibrant results. I decided to go with a monochromatic look with this project and so colored it all in shades of blue. Once completed, I cut the image out with a stitched oval die. I cut a lacey oval out of a blue cardstock and glued them together. I then cut a piece of cardstock at 4×5.25 inches and ran it through a snowflake embossing folder before adhering it to a blue cardbase. I then added the ovals.
Conie Fong’s Snowy the Penguin Flying Kite digi
Canson C’ a Grain Drawing Pad
Royal blue and light blue cardstock from my stash
Paper Studio cardbase with coordinating envelope
1/8 inch Scor-Tape
Epson Expression ET-2650 Ecotank Printer
Darice snowflake embossing folder
Lacey oval die from my stash
Stitched oval die from my stash
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Entered into the Conie Fong April Facebook group Challenge
Entered into the 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes/ Use Use Geometric Papers #232
Entered into the Arty Divas Anything Goes Challenge #20
Entered into the Sisterhood of Crafters Happy Birthday or Fun Fold or Both Challenge (Happy Birthday)
Entered into the TTCRD Anything Goes Challenge week of April 21
Entered into the Word Art Wednesday Anything Goes Challenge #436-#437
Entered into the Color My Heart Color Dare challenge #391 (shades of blue)
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