Monday, March 28, 2011

Happy Healing Card using Delicious Doodles


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Hi everyone.  I am usually a Cricut crafter making the occasion cricut-less card, but today I have something new.  In honor of Paper Playtime's digi challenge, here is my card.


Here I have a card I made using a digi image from Delicious Doodles called On The Lookout. I printed the bunnies at about 3" x 4" using PhotoShop (that's where I added the oval).  I then cut out the scalloped oval from Gypsy Wanderings at 3 1/2" x 4 1/2".


The sentiment is from Scrappy Mom's Everyday Greetings.


I added lots of gel pen stitching with my Gelly Roll white gel pen. Here you can also see the bunny peeking from the corner.  Since this is the first I've ever colored digi images, I don't have anything fancy to color the bunnies.  I just borrowed some generic colored pencils (Rose Art, I think) from my kiddos.



Here is the inside, it also got a sentiment from Scrappy Mom's Everyday Greetings.

All the paper I used on this card (except for the white card stock) is from DCWVs Flower Shower spring matstack.

This card was made for Georgiana's sister Erica.  Check out Georgiana's blog for more info and to find out where to mail Erica a card. 

I am also entering this into the challenge at 

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7 comments:

Sharon said...

This is just beautiful Cheryl!!! You did a fantastic job with those Rose Art colored pencils!! I love it!! :)

BunnyFreak said...

Great coloring.

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

So sweet! Love the greens on this!

Maria Matter said...

this is gorgeous Cheryl! I love those bunnies!
hugs & blessings!

Georgiana said...

Thanks for thinking of my sister. She is going to LOVE this!!!!!!

Georgiana

Libby Beach said...

This is a wonderful card! I'm sure it will put a smile on her face :)

Jennifer said...

Cheryl,

What a sweet card!!! :) I know Georgiana's sister will love it!

You did such a good job coloring, I thought you printed it that way! ;) And I love the way you used the ribbon!

Thank you so much for sharing,

Jennifer
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