One of the good thing about spending hours coloring images is that you have lots of precolored images to make cards with. This morning I decided to make a few more cards using those images.
The first 2 cards that I made were using the High Hopes Bradens stamp & sentiment. I colored two images with Prismacolor Pencils & Gamsol and cut one out & popped it up on dimensionals. I inked up the edges & mounted it on Stampin Up Chocolate Chip. I used a pattern paper that I picked up a few months ago & can’t remember the name of it. I also added a button to finish it off.I used the same paper to create the next card using the Craft Lounge “Pat the Good Dog” stamp. I stamped the head twice, colored it with Prismacolor Pencils & Gamsol & popped it up on dimensionals. I took a small piece of the back of the paper and used my new Fiskars “Upper Crest” border punch on it. The sentiment is also from the same stamp set.I found this Basic Grey patterned paper that matched my Whippersnapper Lion perfectly and knew that I had to use it to make a card. Once again he was colored with Prismacolor Pencils & Gamsol. I also used my new Fiskars “Upper Crest” border punch and finished it off with a ribbon. I added Glossy Accents to the crown, nose & his toe nails.The next card I used the Inky Antics “Doris” stamp, colored it with Prismacolor Pencils & Gamsol. I added “Stickles” to the red dots on her dress and her headband. I also used “Shimmerz” on her dress and purse. Then added some “Glossy Accents” to her shoes and bracelets. The pattern paper is one that was sitting in my scrap pile. I added rhinestone brads to the center of the flowers. The sentiment is also from Inky Antics.I had a few scraps leftover from the last card that I made using the High Hopes “Danni Dress Up” image. Again it was colored with my Copic Markers. I also used “Shimmerz” on her dress and “Flocking” on her boa. I love the soft feel of it now. I added some rhinestones to the border which was punched using the Martha Stewart “Doily Lace” border punch. I also added a rhinestone to the flower on her hat. I love how this card turned out.The last card that I made was using a Stampsmith “Wizard of Oz” stamp that I stamped and mounted on SU cardstock. The pattern paper & stamp is from Heidi Grace. I also used the new Fiskars “Effervescence” border punch. I love the Stampsmith photo stamps and really do have to start using them more often.Thanks for looking & have a great day!