Sunday, March 8, 2015

Erin go bragh!

     Happy Sunday everyone!  I'm here with my Mo post for the week.  Have you seen this brand new cutie from Mo's Digital Pencil.  Her name is Erin and she's here just in time for the wearing of the green.  I've colored her with Copics.  For my background I embossed some kraft paper and then used some Martha Stewart punches to cut out the hydrangeas clover on the top portion, then I added a few punched from green card stock, gave them all sparkly centers, and added a little green DP.

Copics Used:
skin E000, E00, E11, E13, R20, R22, R30
hair E07, E19, E95, E97
clothing G21, G24, G28
shoes N1, N3, N5, N7
pail C00, C2, C4, C6
clover YG95

     For the inside I used a digi sentiment from Create with TLC. (Ros, just so you know, this stitched edge rectangle was a leftover on my table.  LOL)

     Hope you all have a blessed Sunday!

Paper--Studio Calico "Snippets", Recollections, Bazzill, Copic XPress-it Blending card
Stamps--Mo's Digital Pencil "Erin", Verve "Take Note", inside sentiment from Create with TLC
Ink--Versafine Black Onyx
Tools--Martha Stewart Hydrangea punches, The Paper Studio wood grain embossing folder, Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Border 1 and 2, Simon Says Stamp Stitched Rectangles, MFT Die-namics Sentiment Strips
Miscellaneous--Recollections rhinestones


  1. She's adorable and so beautifully coloured!

  2. What a fabulously adorable card.. Love it.

  3. Oh, I love her. Your coloring s so fabulous, Tracey. Have a wonderful day.

  4. This is gorgeous Tracy, such a sweet image and stunning colouring. I love the cut out clovers too.
    hugs Sue xx

  5. She is magnificent Tracy! And the clovers make such appropriate embellishments, too, fabulous make!! Hugs, Ira
    Ira’s Crea Corner

  6. Love her red hair. You're so clever to us the punch for four leaf clovers! Hope you're having a wonderful weekend, my friend. Hugs, Geri N

  7. Tracy, she is adorable. I love her red hair - it's a perfect shade. Beautifully done!

  8. Your coloring is just amazing Tracy. And I love this image. Wonderful card. Hugs, joann

  9. SO adorable, Tracy! Love that sweet image and LOVE what you did with that hydrangea punch! What a fabulous shamrock that makes, and I adore your use of both positive and negative shapes! Fabulous embossed background, too!

  10. She couldn't be any sweeter.. Have I told you lately how much I love your coloring.. Its truly amazing my friend..


  11. Okay.that's've inspired me. I have to start decorating the insides of my cards. You are just the bomb at it and this precious little Erin surrounded by not hydrangeas are FABULOUS!!!
    LOOOVE this card :)
    Sorry, I fell off the grid for a bit, but now I'm back to peruse

  12. What a fabulous card with such amazing colouring. Love it x

  13. Darling little girl and colored to perfection. Cute idea with the two colors of "clover" dotted with rhinestones. Beautiful!!!

  14. This looks so cool, Tracy. :) She's so cute...
    Have an awesome day!

  15. The colors are so beautiful!! I love the pretty image!! Absolutely gorgeous!!!!

  16. Just picture perfect. Love her red hair!! Hugs

  17. Oh, Tracy! She's just the sweetest little thing EVER! I love her in her red hair and green outfit! What a fabulous idea to use the hydrangea punch for clover! Wonderful! :o)

  18. Oh, my! Erin is absolutely darling and so beautifully colored, Tracy! What a sweet image with the bucket of clover! I love your card embellishments (always get a chuckle reading your Miss Katie!). Thanks for always inspiring, sweet friend! Hugs!

  19. Isn't she just the cutest! A gorgeous card and stunning colouring as always
    Kim x

  20. Absolutely beautiful colouring and design. Just love the greens and craft and its a great TLC sentiment too.
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

  21. Girl, I have said it before and I will say it are a true design master! I never woulda in a million years thought to use that punch for clover......lilacs, but clover, no. You are such a constant source of inspiration for me, sweet Tracy! LOVE how you colored this precious image too! Hope all is well with you, dear friend! :)


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