I hope you like the new images. I like them all - but my personal favorite is the bunny stuck in the plastic egg. He just makes me smile.
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I printed my version of Lucky on GinaK Luxury White cardstock and colored him with Copic markers. The background cardstock is Stampin'Up! Garden Green (what else could I use with leprechauns and clover????) and the Designer Paper is from a pack of "OLD WORLD" designer papers from Hobby Lobby. The little clover in the bottom left corner was created by punching out 4 small, 5-petal flowers then trimming off 3 of the petals leaving a heart shape. I glued 4 to a piece of white cardstock, added a stem, a tiny green button in the center and some shading with Copics.
Right click on the line drawing, save to your computer and have fun coloring. Please remember that if you publish a project using this image - whether in print or online - link back to this blog and provide credit to me as the illustrator.
Enjoy - and until next time
All paper product and embellishment on this card is Stampin'Up! I used Basic Gray & Whisper White cardstock, Always Artichoke Brads and an image from a retired stamp set (sorry, but I've forgotten the name this morning). I stamped the image first on Whisper White using Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored it with COPIC markers. Then I stamped the image again on a square of SU! Designer paper in Chocolate Chip Ink and colored it with Copic markers. The sentiment was stamped in Basic Black ink directly onto the Crushed Curry Designer Paper making it look the same color as the Basic Gray Mats. Very quick and easy - but definitely as bright and cheerful as the day I made it.
Here are a couple of other cards I've made recently but didn't have time to post. The images are from my Jill's Jems Valentine 2010 set. Both images were stamped using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink (available at Hobby Lobby) and were colored using Copic markers.