The challenge's theme is Happy Easter. Here's my little fatty:-)
Once again I tried my colored pencils on kraft paper. I took two egg templates to trace the body and the belly and hand-drew the rest. Then I cut five little eggs, decorated them with white gel pen and let the rabbit juggle:-)
Both printed on watercolor paper (Hahnemühle D'Aqua), the Fluffy Gustav, the Easter Egg Monster, was colored with Distress Ink (Seedless Preserves), colored pencils and glitter gel pens, the sentiment is personalized for my little niece. The Cookie Jar, the Unicorn, was colored with glitter gel pens plus I added some shiny stars. Both design papers are from Folia (Motivpapier Potpourri and Basics).
Easter is just around the corner and somebody was busy in the garden:-)
I printed this little fella on watercolor paper (Hahnemühle D'Aqua) and colored him with pencils and glitter gel pens, for the sky and grass I played with Distress Inks (Salty Ocean, Mowed Lawn). Then I cut out the shape of a big egg and adhered it on the cardbase. The background is a combination of design paper (Folia, Motivpapier Potpourri) and kraft paper. The sentiment just proves the dog's innocence.
This cutie is a part of monthly challenge at Gerda Steiner Designs. I wanted to try coloring on kraft paper, unfortunately I had only the 120 g/m² at hand, so in the end I backed it up with craft foam.
The image is colored with pencils and glitter gel pens, Glossy Accents added on the carrot and bunny's nose. Background design paper is from my stash (Folia, Motivpapier Potpourri), the sentiment says Happy Easter in Czech.
I used one of the cute giraffes from Laughing Giraffes and simply colored it with Copics (E29, R20, E00 and E21), added Glossy Accents on brown spots and just a little of glitter gel pen.
I cut the shape from challenge's sketch and stitched around with my brown colored pencil. On the cardbase I adhered two stripes of design paper from my stash with a shaped ribbon in the middle as my embellishment.
First I drew (oh my) a cup and cut it out from red colored paper, then I printed the sentiment, divided it into segments and placed the pieces on the cup. As for the stripes, I played with my trimmer's wave and perforation cut a little, the same goes for the background's design paper (Folia, Motivpapier Potpourri).
Recently I got my hands on a big set of felt sheets and decided to use it for a simple card.
I created a felt flower (with a sequin in the middle) including stem and little leaves, the pot is cut out of brown tinted paper. For the background I used design paper from Folia (Motivpapier Potpourri) and wave-cut it with paper trimmer. Sentiment is my handwriting with white gel pen.
This card is going to enter SugarPea Designs' 2nd Birthday Bash Celebration Challenge. HB and many years to come!:-)