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Winter Watcher Version 1

Greetings and Happy Tuesday! TTIC is off this week, so I wanted to bring you my very first card using Sweet Pea Stamps! They are Ching-Chou Kuik’s amazing artwork and ALL of these stamps are simply beautiful. The stamp I have is called Winter Watcher. And, being that I am a cat lover, this stamp is quite meaningful for me!

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I kept the card itself simple, because I wanted the image to of course be the focus! And how could it not be??? It’s just gorgeous! I colored it in with my Spectracolor Pencils. And I quite like the end result!

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Click on any of my photos to see them bigger!

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I am especially happy with the cat’s eye and the cape. I used a cardstock with a lot of tooth this time, I wanted to give it a lot of texture, but my next version (which I already started) uses a stock that is much smoother. I hope to have it done tonight…

Now please head on over to the Sweet Pea Stamps Blog for some magical inspiration! You will be wowed!!!

Comments

Laura B said…
Beautiful! Great job on the coloring, the cape looks awesome!

hugs,
Laura
Erica said…
WOW WOW WOW! This is beautiful. You have outdone yourself!
Anonymous said…
this card most definitely rocks! you did a great job alison! hope you had a wonderful holiday and i wish you and your family a happy and healthy new year!

xoxo
sarabeth

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