Friday, March 20, 2015

Dancing with Daffodils ~ Power Poppy



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Hello friends!  The Bloom Brigade is sharing projects made with the newly released digital image called Dancing with Daffodils, and I took a little different path this week.  I printed the daffodil image onto Canon Pastel paper and colored it with Faber-Castel Polychromos pencils.  That's it.  It's super easy and fun to try something a little different.

Now, just in case you haven't seen the rest of the Bloom Brigade's inspiration, here are the links to their blogs.  I promise you, you won't want to miss a stop.  These gals know how to enable.  *wink*

For even more inspiration, be sure to stop by the Instant Gardners Blogs.  They debuted this new digi image on the 15th, and these gals can color like no other, let me tell ya!



Thanks for stopping by!  Have a great weekend, and...

   Happy Stamping!
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Stamps:  Dancing with Daffodils (Power Poppy)
Paper:  Pastel (Canon), Vintage Cream and Black (PTI)
Ink:  None (Printer)
Accessories:  Polychromos Pencils (Faber-Castel), Basket Weave embossing folder (Spellbinders), Metal Clip (Tim Holtz)
Burlap String 

8 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, wow, Tosh, this is amazing! I love this image on the dark paper colored with pencils!! Stunning and another totally fabulous way to use this image!! Beautiful layout and such great texture and vintage feel!! Oh, the possibilities!! Hugs!

BeckyTE said...

This is gorgeous, Tosha. I love the route you took with this by using the pastel papers. A real beauty!

ChristineCreations said...

The effect of the depth of the paper against the pencils is so beautiful Tosh!

Allison Cope said...

Wowsers Tosh! Love the kraft cardstock and the colouring is fabulous! I'm gunna have to try this one day! love your end result!

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, you clever girl! I always mean to give this a try, sigh... Beautiful card! Love the basketweave background, too.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Oh ruggedly handsome Tosh. You can Cindy went with the dark brooding creations... I am loving it! Awesome card.

Rosy Newlun said...

This really got my attention! Talk about a totally earthy feel! Love the browns, inc the sponged brown on the embossed background. Just an amazing card!

Kathy Jones said...

Holy Smokes!!! Love the rustic feel of your card Tosh and your colouring gives such a rich earthy feel! Your cards are always so amazing and this is no exception!! Beautiful!!

 
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