Sunday, 29 March 2015

Ahoy There...

Good Morning...


What better way to spend a wet and blustery Sunday than making and blogging!  It is currently so wet in Beckford that we could very well soon be in need of a lighthouse like the one on today's card!

I went on a bit of a 'pencil' flight of fancy when I made today's card; I remained totally sensible with my choice of gorgeous Tiddly Inks Digi - Light My Life; 
I had already decided to go CAS and then... 
I used my Prismacolor pencils in earnest for the first time ever...dreamland or what!  I decided to go for it and use the same colouring method I use with copics, colouring dark to light and respecting the shade... (hopefully)

Anyway, I have to say a big thank you to Jen Nelson at The Tiny Blue Butterfly for being so inspirational.  I saw some colouring Jen had done with Prisma's and really fell in love with it. 

So, today's card is a Tiddly Inks digital image - Light my Life, printed direct to the card and recklessly coloured in with Prismacolor pencils.  I finished off with two strips of card from the Carte bella 'Ahoy There' range and some red and white bakers twine with a sailing ship charm.

so 'me hearties', today's card, here we have it...


I would like to enter this card for the following challenge - 
Tiddly Inks - All About The Boys


Ingredients
Tiddly Inks Digital Stamp - Light My Life
Make it Colour Blending Cardstock from Quixotic Paperie
Prismacolor Pencils
Paper by Carte Bella 'Ahoy There' Range From Pink Tulip Creations
Bakers Twine from Live and Love Crafts
Sailing Ship Charm from my trinket box


Prismacolor Pencils Used - 
Reds PC923, PC924, Yellows PC916, PC917,
Blues PC1023, PC1086, PC1087, PC1088
Green PC999, PC1085, Browns PC941, PC1082, PC1083, PC1099
Greys PC1059, PC1067, White PC938, Black PC935
and Blending Stumps.

Thank you for visiting...
Happy Crafting...
from Sue...xxx

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9 comments:

  1. What a fabulous image and your colouring is gorgeous. I love how you positioned the image on your card and the charm and twine are great finishing touches!

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  2. You really have put this card together so well Sue... wonderful colouring to start with using those Prismacolours.. then the red and white striped paper pieces - along with the striped bakers twine too.. just right! Then.... that wonderful ship charm to finish it off.... a PERFECT card!

    Hugs
    Christine x
    PS... Wet here too x

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  3. Yay! Another Prismacolor pencil user!! :-) Great card! That ship charm is just perfect. Thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks.

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  4. Great card Sue, your colouring is fabulous and I love the charm!

    Vicki x

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  5. Great nautical card, love the cas treatment

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  6. You've nailed it Sue...fab man card!! xx

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  7. Gorgeous card, and I think you've mastered those pencils! I agree with you on the blustery day activities too. Best to stay indoors in the warm and dry, and get colouring!
    Hugs
    Annette - Netty's Cards
    xx
    Proud to design for :
    The Sugar Bowl Challenge,
    Tiddly Inks
    Without Words Challenge and
    As You Like It Challenge.


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  8. Hooray for using colored pencils! I think it looks great and I'm glad you went CAS with the layout.

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  9. Oh Sue. Love, love, LOVE this creation! Thanks so much for joining in with our All About the Boys Challenge at Tiddly Inks. x

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