Wednesday, 5 January 2011

Learning, little by little, by little!

 Hi there..........thought I'd share the little card I made, yesterday, for a friend of mine.
I love this image.......isn't she sweet? She's from the Girl with Garland set from Mamidoodles. You can find her here
 As you can probably see, I'm still on a steep learning curve when it comes to colouring with Promakers......I love the effect they give, but I've got a lot to learn :)
I used a cream card blank, layered some paper from my stash, (bought it so long ago, I can't remember where it's from.......there's a theme, here, you might notice!), layered some red gingham paper with green stitched grograin ribbon....added some pretty lace, then hand-stitched around the main image, which is on pale ivory textured card...... added the funky red flower and button.....stuck three green card candy bits in the corner, and voila!

I've tried to follow tutorials for using Promarkers, but I know I'm my own worst enemy because I am SO impatient!
I don't really get all that much time to actually play, so I usually end up running into my ickle craft hidy-hole, and rushing through what ever it is I want to do (usually a last-minute birthday card!), so, actually following instructions is something I KNOW I need to do,  to get the results I want.....but time and impatience get the better of me!!
What can I say?

Anyway, I'm hoping my friend, Judi, enjoys the card.....I may always be in a rush, but everything I create is made with the most important ingredient.....love.

Thanks for visiting......and if you have any suggestions to help me on my way.....don't be shy :)

I would like to enter this card in these challenges:

Sketch

fabnfunkychallenge.blogspot.com
Anything goes

stampinroyalty.blogspot.com
Birthday project

scrapbooksisters.blogspot.com
Card challenge #17
Anything Goes

doyoustackup.blogspot.com
Challenge #1

16 comments:

  1. Your colouring looks great AM! xx

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  2. your card looks so lovely and your colouring is fantastic ! thanks so much for joining our 1st challenge at Send A Smile 4 Kids Challenge Blog

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  3. very cute, thanks for joining us at FnF

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  4. She is very sweet! Normally these colours scream Christmas to me but you've done a wonderful job turning them into a lovely birthday card. Thanks for playing with Stampin' Royalty.

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  5. AM, I dont think you need any lessons! colouring is awesome! I love the vibrant colours on this card, they really speak to me :) Great job!

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  6. Very Cute card,thanks for joining fab'n'funky this week
    Heidy

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  7. Lovely card and great colouring. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

    Hugs
    Denise

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  8. Such a cute creation..I like how you used buttons.. Thanks so much for playing along with us at DYSU Challenge Blog :) Can't wait to see what you create next week.. HUGS

    Alison-Owner

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  9. Thats a wonderful card! Love the image and design. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up Challenge blog, hope to see you again next week. Kim

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  10. I love your card, cute image. Thanks for joinug us at Do You Stack Up.

    -Wenche

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  11. Love your card and the image you have used. Thanks for joining our Send a Smile 4 Kids Challenge. Sharon

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  12. colouring is only practive, practice, practice. Then all you do is practice!

    That's why it's fun

    kitten DYSU team

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  13. sweet card
    thanks for joining us at the DYSU challenge blog

    gr
    Miranda

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  14. Love your fresh colour scheme, and especially the lacey details! Thanks for sharing at Do You Stack Up this week!
    Pauline

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  15. Congratulations on the blog award! Your card is so cute, thanks for joining us is the very first challenge at Send A Smile 4 Kids. Hope to see you there again.

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  16. Thank you for entering your fantastic card in our 17th Scrapbook Sisters Card Challenge. Hugs from Julie and Karen xxx

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