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Sweet Pea Kitties!

Today I am sharing with you a card I made for a cat loving friend. I can’t say who it is though…since she hasn’t gotten the card yet! It’s the first time I’ve used Purple Comfort; a Sweet Pea image from ching chou kuik. I just love these sweet kitties! Look at their teeny wings!



This picture makes the contrast between the doily and the image very obvious…but it’s subtler in person. I probably should have chalked the doily first, but…after spraying it with a ton of Glimmer Mist, that wouldn’t have been a good idea. The image was colored exclusively with Distress Inks, and I think it came out really pretty.



This photo shows the colors much better. See how much paler the image is here? I used a bit of Liquid Pearls on the cats’ wings.



Look at all that pretty glimmer! I used Patina and Tattered Rose on the doily. I hope my friend likes the card. I think she’d be happy with anything with kitties though! Have an inspiring day!

Comments

You Think it came out great!!!! They way you color with distress inks RAWKS MY SAWKS!!!!!!

AWESOMENESS!!!!! LOVE IT!
Laura said…
This is gorgeous, love the colouring !!!!
Jen Shults said…
This turned out fantastic Alison! I think using distress inks is your calling... it looks awesome!
Rosa Witten said…
Beautiful!!! The distress inks are sooo cool, I just started coloring with them.
:) Rosa
So very pretty. The soft colors are just beautiful.
Micki said…
ok, one word wow.... love the colors and love how you colored that hair!!!!

I keep meaning to use doilies but never do, lo.

Wonderful card girl!!!!

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