I’m taking Kathy Racoosin up on her 30 Day Coloring Challenge this month. It started on the 5th, which is when I colored this, but I had other posts scheduled so had to wait to share. The idea is to do at least a little coloring every day, even if only for five minutes. I don’t imagine I’ll be able to finish a card every day, as it takes me almost as long to decide what to color as it does to actually color it.
From among the many stamps I had out on my desk I chose to use Heartfelt Creations Home Sweet Home and colored with Copics. The image worked with the card parts I’d pulled out of the basket. Call them card parts, spare parts, leftovers, set asides, temporary rejects… you know what I mean. I’m trying to use them up. Today it’s the card base, which is very old cardstock weight double-sided designer paper by My Mind’s Eye. Additionally, I used a Cheery Lynn Dutch Daisy A2 Stacker Frame, also from the basket. By the way, there’s not a daisy in sight on this die. I do see tulips. At any rate, it’s a pretty die. I cut the largest die, then placed the next size in the middle of that die cut and ran it through again, which is how I got the double border. Pearls and ribbon finish it off.
I may be doing so much coloring you’ll get fed up with me. I’ll be back soon! Till then, have a happy day!
Stamps: Heartfelt Creations Home Sweet Home Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, My Mind’s Eye Kaleidoscope designer paper Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Pool Party, Copics for coloring Accessories: Pearls, ribbon, Spellbinders Labels Twenty Eight, Cheery Lynn Dutch Daisy A2 Stacker Frame, Scotch brand foam mounting tape