I've pre-scheduled this card for upload. My sister is visiting and we're having a great time. Of course, we went to a scrapbook store (a really good one) and shopped a lot. We also have gotten in some card making time.
Today, our hostess at CCEE Stampers, Charlene Merrick, gave the challenge to use pencils only. No markers, no crayons, no reinkers. Use colored pencils to color your image. Yikes! I was wanting to bring out my Copics. But, I got out my Prismacolor pencils. Guess what? This turned out to be fun and was something I had not done in a long time.
I love this geranium image. It is from Serendipity-Geranium Lg. I will be glad when I have some of those wonderful flowers blooming on my patio. My hubby built me a large planter, about 7 ft., several years ago and I fill it with geraniums, ivy, and whatever. It is always a pleasure to look out of my kitchen and see it.
This is a side opening card, something I rarely make. I added a butterfly, used my rectangle die, and Martha Stewart tag. All finished.
Won't you come over to the CCEE Stampers blog and check out the rest of the talented team's cards and show us your own card using pencils? We would love to have you.
Paper-PTI white cardstock, unknown dp, unknown coral cs
Ink-Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories-Prismacolor pencils (without water), Cheery Lynn Designs Exotic Butterflies/small no. 2, green pearls, Spellbinders Lattice Rectangles, Martha Stewart die cut lace tags