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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Thanksgiving

It's about Thanksgiving today with the Serendipity DT.
Check out what the ladies are serving up today:  Amy - Anya - Kathie - Miriam - Linda 
 Spellbinder's Grand Nesties Circles and Scalloped Ovals made it easy to frame this image quickly! If you are in the mood to color this is your image! A few little gems to embellish and added a bow along the top edge.
 I stamped the image in Memento Rich Cocoa ink. Here are the Copics I used to color the image. It took me about an hour to color this one! I also added some airbrushing around the edges before taking it out of the Nestie.
I added the sentiment on the inside of the card. All of the time went in to coloring on this one... the card base and layers were easy peasy!

  • Stamps: All stamps by Serendipity Stamps - 672 K Horn of Plenty, 529 E Happy Thanksgiving II 
  • Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa
  • Paper: Brown, Neenah Classic Crest Natural White (ivory), All DP is from Bo Bunny 6x6 pad - Forever Fall
  • Other: Adhesive Gems, Bow Easy Tool, Spellbinder's Grand Circles, Spellbinder's Grand large Scallop Circles, Foam Tape

11 comments:

  1. This is just beautiful! I love all the colors! I really appreciate the way you display the Copic colors you are using. I am new to coloring and it really helps me. Thank you for your hard work, it's appreciated.

    Jacky

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  2. GORGEOUS COLORS.
    qkk

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  3. Beautiful and your coloring is fantastic!

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  4. Very pretty Jenny. Love the fall colors. Edna

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  5. Looks just like Thanksgiving to me!! Your coloring is fantastic!!
    Sandy

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  6. Wow, wow, wow! How fabulous! Such a gorgeous design and your coloring is just stunning!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous!!!! The coloring is so beautiful and the shaped card is perfect!!!

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  8. So beautiful! Love the scalloped card shape!

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  9. Great coloring! You have such an eye for colors! What a beautiful card!

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  10. It is amazing how using Rich Cocoa softens the image. Love that and the colors you used!

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