Every now and then I remember how much I enjoy coloring with soft chalks. They are a good alternative coloring method for digi stamps. I made something very soft and sweet with Power Poppy's Arranging Roses digi stamp. Thank you!
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Wed, Jul 30, 2014 @ 6:32 PM
Yes you did! Leslie, I'm so behind in commenting that I'm embarrassed. This is so lovely and feminine. The dp almost looks like a soft cotton. That little bit of lace and beautiful ribbon frame your image beautifully.
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Wed, Jul 30, 2014 @ 7:48 PM
Oh wow, so different from the other more vibrant coloring, and gorgeous in its own way. I lately have been playing with Pan Pastels, just barely starting, did some coloring on an inside of a card I made coloring a rose (Heartfelt Creations stamp). My coloring is very elementary in comparison to yours, I love how you've added such dimension with your background, beautifully shaded. Gorgeous ribbon adds to the softness. These cards show how versatile Power Poppy stamps can be--to create so many different styles and evoke different moods.
As always, stunning work--such amazing artistry always in your cards!