This is for our Twisted sisters challenge. We were to case a card from amongst our group. Miss Helen's wonderful gallery was chosen.
I used a house mouse image - whereas Helen used a gruffie image. Both of us framed our rectangular card with two layers of card stock - though Helen's card stock was blingy. I dropped the ribbon and the rhinestones that were on Miss Helen's card.
Thanks for letting us have a peek in your wonderful gallery Miss Helen! I found this a real challenge to colour with my copics - but once I finally finished it - I felt happy! It was a lot of BROWNS to deal with!
Registered: June 14, 2008 Location: Canberra, Australia Posts: 6741
Fri, Feb 06, 2009 @ 1:19 AM
OH MY GIDDY AUNT - this is just divine Deborah!!! I love this scene and I love it that you have done it nice to see your card in the gallery girl!!! This HM scene is just so-o-o cute....is it your family sitting arund the fire defrosting after all of that snow!? LOL!!Well done on not only doing this challenge but being first up - fabulous colouring, I am sure Miss Helen will love your casing!! Thanks for sharing!!
Registered: April 25, 2006 Location: Northampton England Posts: 1505
Fri, Feb 06, 2009 @ 4:53 AM
Okay how much do you charge for lessons in colouring 'cause you are the master and I really need help! I would have to frame this now and hang it on the wall, the image is just so cute and the colouring is devine each individual flower is coloured perfectly not one tiny bit of colour outside the line. I'm filled with awe, Wow Deb!
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Registered: July 1, 2007 Location: small town near montreal, quebec Posts: 26815
Fri, Feb 06, 2009 @ 5:53 AM
So sweet to have mice drinking a cup of coffee instead of being naughty in one. LOL Beautiful coloring dear Deborah! I just love everything about this scene, the hun flowers remind me so much of summer. Great case of our Sweet Miss Helena! TFS
Registered: March 3, 2005 Location: the frozen north Posts: 26966
Fri, Feb 06, 2009 @ 6:08 AM
Talk about a great scene for this winter. Who wouldn't like to be camped around the fireplace with a hot mug of tea or cocoa? Great coloring job, you even have a 'glow' from the fire dancing on the bricks/rocks around it.