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Thursday, October 28, 2010

LSS Thursday

I was on vacation last week and didn't have a post....got in Tuesday night and still am not in a place that I can do much crafting.  I already had this image colored and threw a card together.  Not happy with it so just cropped out the image for you to see.  I have been playing with coloring for a while and this one is colored with Crayola Crayons and baby oil.  This is one of the images from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff  "Nature's Christmas Set"  I really love this set.  You can get this one as well as many other awesome sets at mygrafico.



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13 comments:

Laurel said...

Very pretty!

Jennifer said...

I love this lil bird!

Cindi said...

very nice, I love the soft effect that coloring technique created
:)

Tamara Bennett said...

very pretty! Love the scallops!

Margie said...

Very pretty coloring-I'll have to try the crayons/baby oil!

Karin said...

I haven't tried this before...Always learning something new! Love this cardinal...Such a classic for the winter hoidays :)

Joanne Gilch said...

Hey! I wanna see the whole card!!! bwah, waw, waw!!!!! Lovin' the image.

Mrs. Fence said...

Love this image and the coloring and technique is amazing!

1CardCreator said...

I love how you colored this in, looks great, especially on the Nestie. ~Diane

Micki said...

sigh I have yet to play with this digi set. Love your card, the scalloped edges, and the subtle background coloring which really makes the bird pop.

hugs

Lindsay Weirich said...

Very sweet soft coloring! great card!

Cheryl said...

Very pretty!

Kathy said...

Pretty coloring Rhonda. You used regular crayola crayons? Wow, I have plenty of them around, I'll have to give it a try. Love the effect here.

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