Apr 2, 2015

Happy Hello

Time for a little Whimsy inspiration, so I decided to turn this cutie, that I colored a few days ago, into a card. What a fun image to work with! It's been stamped onto blending card using memento ink and then colored using copic markers.


I kept the card clean and simple. Just added some designer paper to resemble a tree trunk, and cut out a "hill" for some grass. Added some washi tape and the sentiment, and then embellished with a flower, some twine and punched butterflies.
This stamp does come with a matching sentiment - Hang in there - but I chose to use a "happy hello" sentiment instead.

Products used:
Hanging in thereEveryday Moments
(both by Whimsy Stamps)
xpress blending card, Prima designer paper, SU card stock
stitched border trio die set (Whimsy Stamps)
MS butterfly punch, glitter, flower, twine, brad
 copics for coloring

I am playing along here:
Everybody-Art-Challenge - Anything Goes
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - - Spring Colours
 
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8 comments:

  1. So cute! love your coloring and the stamp is fabulous.

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  2. Gee, that's the most energetic koala, I've ever seen ;-), so adorable, luv Sam x

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  3. So fun and cute! The little flower was a perfect addition too.
    Lynn

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  4. Soooooooo cute! LOVING the Koala!!!!!

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  5. What a cutie - love how you have used this image Ellie.
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  6. As always, such beautiful work Elly.

    Wishing you a happy and peaceful Easter.

    B x

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