Friday, January 20

Going for a Winter walk...

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My walk was a bit longer than the sketch would allow so i turned the card on it's side!

Layers done with white card stock and two patterned papers from a 6x6 pad from Echo Park Paper Co.
The verse is stamped with StazOn jet black ink using a verse from River City Rubber Works.
The main image is by Stampingbella!
I stamed it with the same ink as the verse and colored it using Prisma color pencils.

Is anyone else having trouble with breakage of the "lead" in the Prisma color pencils?
Seems every time I sharpen them, no matter what sharpener I use, they break at least once or sometimes more often.
Seems an awful waste???
 

13 comments:

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi this is a gorgeous card. Thank you for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog challenge W for Winter Walk. Hugs Jackie (DT)

Sundaystamper said...

Jackie...thank you but the stamp should get the credit!I just love Stampingbella!

Leigh Penner said...

I love how you rotated the sketch! Great card!

Michelle said...

I have been told (and I don't follow this advice) to use a scalpel or sharp knife to sharpen art pencils because a normal sharpener twists and breaks the "lead". Your card is wonderful! Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) This Sketch!

Sundaystamper said...

I usually copy exact but I needed tha space for the stamp!

Sundaystamper said...

Thanks for the advice! I will try it, though I'm concerned about cutting myself? I've never been good at whittling!

Basslady said...

your card is so adorable and sweet!

thank you so much for playing along with us at
make my Monday!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Cazro said...

A wonderful contemporary card . Love the blue tones. Thanks for joining us at MMM.Caz DT.

Cindy Horvath said...

What a wonderful card - suitable for male or female. Love the color scheme as well. Thanks for playing with us at Mod Squad Challenge

Sundaystamper said...

My mom-in-law was from Germany and I think she would have liked this card!

Sundaystamper said...

The patterned paper gave me the colors!

Sundaystamper said...

Male or female...hadn't thought of that!

Helen said...

A great card - thanks for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge Blog.

Helen x