Sunday, December 13, 2009

Look what I found

I found this card in my drafts from September. I had made this for LeAnne and sent it for her birthday. I wish I had a better picture, the colors looks a bit too bright, but hopefully you can see the details.

This stamp is Frolle Frog which I purchased from Bunny-Zoe's store under the Bildmalarna stamp category. I stamped him on kraft paper and colored with Prisma pencils and odorless mineral spirits. I used the Blossom Nestabilities to cut out the image and mat and it's all layered
on paper from Imaginisce... or Heidi Grace maybe? Sorry, it's been a while!

Anyway, these stamps are super cute and you should check them out! This is day three on meds and hubs and I are feeling much better but tired. We are looking forward to going back to work and getting back into a routine. Hope everyone had a nice weekend!

10 comments:

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Love Love LOOOOOVE how you colored that image. Seriously awesome!!

Carol Dee said...

ADORABLE froggie card. Good to hear you are feeling better. hugs...

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Danielle,i love your image and papers.

Hugs Riet.xx

Velta said...

This is an adorable image and you colored and designed around him perfectly...glad to hear your getting better!

Ila said...

Super Cute!!...the image is Adorable..love the way you colored it and fabuluos papers!!...Glad your feeling better!!...Hugs, Ila

Tammy Hershberger said...

I just LOVE the fabulous color you manage to achieve with the Prismacolor pencils on kraft cardstock! This is adorable!

Rose Ann said...

Oh my...too cute!!

Michele Boyer said...

That's a super cute image and your coloring is fantastic!

Tammi said...

How cute, a fun little frog, love your coloring on the kraft...have looked at all your recent cards, stunning work, as always!! xx

Leslie Miller said...

This is too cute! I love the Blossom Nestie and the coloring on Kraft. What a darling image! I'm sorry to hear you were sick. Sounds like it hit you hard. At least you'll be feeling better for Christmas, thank goodness.