Thursday, January 30, 2014

Howdy-Do! By Fran


I really had fun coloring this image by Sassy Cheryl called a Simple Bunch of Flowers.  It was not hard to keep a smile on your face while coloring her.  Let me know what you think.



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Details:  Card base is 5-3/4” square.  The shape of the card was cut using a Silhouette Portrait.  Card base is made from Bazzill Basics, Simply Smooth White.  The remaining papers are from my stash. The image was colored using Inktense Paint Pencils and Copic markers for the skin (E00, Eo1, E11, & R20) my favorite colors for skin).  The buttons on the dress and shoes were accented with Enamel Accents (dimensional faux enamel) made by Inkssentials, Ranger.  I used a Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper (Deco) to create the corners of the image.  The rosette and button was cut using the Silhouette and the button is decorated with stickles and Scrappers Twine. The sentiment was created on the computer and then cut to create the banner. And I used Distress Ink to the edges of the banner.  On the image I used Glossy Accents to the centers of both flowers.  And some Wink of Stella Clear Glitter.

Supplies:    Bazzill Basics Paper

                      Stickles (starry night)

                      Tombow Adhesive

                      Glossy Accents

                      Distress Ink Pad

                      Copic Markers

I hope my card gave you some inspiration to do some coloring using digital images or your stamps.  To me coloring is so relaxing.

If there are any products noted in the Details that are not available from Cutters Creek Online Store you can always contact Kim to see if she can order it for you. I ordered my Silhouette through Kim and the process was so easy because Kim makes it easy.

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you leave a comment to let me know your favorite thing on my card.



  1. Fran, your card is adorable!!!

  2. Very sweet... Love the expression on her face!

  3. This card brought a BIG smile to my face. It's so darn cute.


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