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Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Happy Sweet Valentine

Happy Sweet Valentine!
Had to use this cute cute image which is a rubber stamp by designer Elizabeth Bell which I got from sweetpeastamps last year. Had to wait until now to use it didn't I ? :)

Colored with copics

I usually don't keep a track of copics used as I just pull and use it
I think I used the reds - R2 family i.e R22 - R29 and a bit of R59 for contrast
for greens - the G2 family and for the blues - B9 family
And some greys - C family
Skin - E000,E00,E21,E11,E13
Wow not bad!
I want to enter this in Sweet peas challenge blogs - Somehow challenges are so addicting and I am loving them.
Hope you enjoyed this card

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Michelle said...

Such a sweet card - you're colouring is great. Good luck with the challenge.

Jackie C said...

This is supergood Pam, love it x

Karon said...

WOW Pam - this is gorgeous. I love all the layers and the papers and what a fabulous cute image. TFS

doodlingdebbie said...

Pam, you did such a nice job creating a card that will be cherished. What beautiful coloring and design skills you have.

Connie said...

This is awesome Pam! I love the vibrant colors you used and the layout too.
Thanks for playing with us over at One Sweet Challenge.

jennifer said...

this is gorgeous, so vibrant and eye catching. thanks for joining One Sweet Challenge!

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