Sunday, July 22, 2007

And I'm Not Done Yet...

I received these cute images in flood card from Pam. I love the little weiner dog. I colored him with my Prismacolor pencils. I thought he needed to look festive, so he got a lot of color. I've never seen a yellow weiner dog, but then I've never seen one with purple spots, either. The frame around the dog was cut out with my Coluzzle frame template. I adjusted the size so that the purple one would fit inside the orange one. The sentiment is stamped with Olympia Green Versafine Ink and matted with green cardstock. Card base is Prism paper. Flowers are Primas. Another image from Pam. I love these strawberries. They make me hungry. I colored them with my Prismacolor pencils. Matted it on cardstock from A2Z Essentials, Delightful collection. I used my square scallop punches this time - the pink and the purple ones. I couldn't decide what sentiment to use, so I just got metal tag from my collection. It really does match the cardstock IRL. I added a ladybug button and it was done. Tell me if you have this problem: When I make a card, I have a hard time deciding if the sentiment goes on the front or on the inside of the card. If I decide to put it on the front of the card, then I feel like there needs to be something else inside. Do you have that problem or am I the only one?

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

Debbie you are just amazingly talented with your prismacolor pencils. WOWWIE! The weiner dog is absolutely awesome! And the berries look good enough to eat!

Julie said...

I used to have that problem until I decided that I was an "artist" and I can do whatever the F I want.

Great coloring as usual :)

Emilia said...

adorable cards~

PS I always leave the inside blank...

Tami said...

Love your coloring. The weiner dog is a riot! Sentiments are something I usually add when I send the card. Sometimes stamped and sometimes hand-written. About 1/2 the time I put one on the outside, but just a short one.

Thanh said...

Yes, i totally have that problem. thats why I am starting to have a growing collection of all these sentiment stamps. argh.