This image is another coloring page image I found when googling. He's colored with Copics and is surrounded by lots of lucky shamrocks. I cut the bracket from chipboard. I had a couple of these chipboard pieces in a large sheet of shapes but had used them both already so I just traced the negative shape onto some chipboard and cut it out. I covered it with Peeled Paint Distress Crackle paint. The sentiment was created in Microsoft Word.
Since our challenge last week was St. Patty's Day I think you can guess that this weeks challenge is green. You don't have to go St. Patty's Day. Any green will do. Spring is coming up after all. :-) And I promise this is the last green card you'll see for a while if I can help it. LOL
This week our Papercraft Star leader Jan is showcasing digital images from our sponsor, The House Across the Bay, so make sure you pop over to the blog and see what she's come up with.
Hope to see you in the entries!
I'd like to enter my card into the following challenges:
Digistamps 4 Joy--green
Fab 'n' Funky--luck of the Irish
Party Time Tuesday--monochromatic
Sassy Cheryl's--wearing of the green
Cards For Men--cheeky chappies
Kaboodles Doodles--show us some green
Pile It On--St. Patrick's or shades of green
Sentimental Sundays--go green or recycle
Make It Colourful--colour with green
- Papers: Bazzill, Recollections, Kraft Outlet chipboard Copic XPress-it Blending card
- Stamp: ColoringPage.net
- Ink: Copics, Prismas and OMS, Micron pen
- Tools: Nestabilites Standard Circles Large and Classic Scalloped Circles Large
- Miscellaneous: Kraft Outlet Baker's Twine, Peeled Paint Distress Crackle paint