Well, todayís Ways to Use It Challenge is Let the Sunshine In! So Iím thinking a sunshine greeting will work along with these silly pigs and their bubbles. When I first recíd these images, I thought, oh cute! Then I started coloring them. Pigs are a little tough because itís a challenge to get the color right. Bubbles are hard. So many colors & they need to be transparent. Pigs IN a bubble are ridiculous! But I tried. Actually the one pig isnít really in the bubble on the imageÖthereís grass underfoot. Iím the idiot that put him inside the bubble. Oh well. Live and learn.
After I stamped the pig blowing the bubbles, I extended the grass a bit then did my ďinto the windowĒ technique. Itís like out of the box , but it goes the other direction. I die cut a circle just big enough to put the other pig inside & colored it to hopefully look like a bubble. Added the lavender layer & a few enamel accent dots.
Thanks so much for looking! Closeups & the colors of Copics I used are on my blog: The Write Stuff
Date: Thursday, June 5, 2014 GMT Views: 1177
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Thu, Jun 05, 2014 @ 3:51 PM
OMGosh.....I would just love to know how your brain works....I just love this, but know that I would not be creative enough to even think of it, never mind try to execute it......that is why you inspire me, my friend
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Thu, Jun 05, 2014 @ 4:17 PM
Oh my word Julie! I'm amazed at your bubble coloring and even thinking of putting a pig in a bubble... well... let's just say my brain would never go there! LOL! I love it and your coloring skills are just amazing! So fun with the great sentiment!
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Thu, Jun 05, 2014 @ 5:48 PM
Although we have never met, I know I love your spunk and spirit. When I saw this on facebook, I just loved it immediately. Love how you put this together. I reveals the part of your personality I know I already love.