Thursday, January 9, 2020


Today I want to share with you one of the cards I recently made for a swap challenge.  It was called a 'Color Challenge', but not like "Coloring" ~ you had to follow a given 'Color Palette'.  The shades happen to be the Sea Foam greens to gray, some of my favorite Copic colors.  Here's the shades that were supplied.

Aren't those beautiful!  

I quickly found myself stumped however on what kind of image to use, that basically required only these shades.  As I was flipping through my newer stamps, I came across Whimsy Stamps set, Get Well by designer Dustin Pike.  I love the humor he adds to his cute animal images!  

Here's what I came up with for the challenge: 

To make this card, I stamped the image on Neenah 110# card stock and used Copic markers, BG09, BG23, BG10, N01 and N05.  I did add just a touch of R30 for his checks ~ after all he is under the weather!

I used the Sizzix Dotted Square Framelits for the image and then I stamped the AAAAChoooo on the image using VersaFine ink.  I also used the VersaFine ink for the 'Feel Better Soon' banner tag.  I used a matching polka-dotted card base and completed the card with a few enamel dots.

Thank you for stopping by today to see what I've been working on.

I will be entering this card in the following challenges:
Serving a Risen Savior,
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  1. What a fabulous use of the colour palette Pam, and a fun card too boot - Love the image and sentiment(s) and the way you have used the colours is perfect

  2. So very cute and I love the colors. Great card!
    Thanks for joining us at 2 Crafty Critter Crazies.

  3. Such a cute stamp and you did a great job with your coloring. Thank you for sharing with us over here at "A Perfect Time To Craft" and best of
    luck with your entry.

    Kelly DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogs

  4. Great Get Well card! and love your color scheme! Thank you for sharing with us over here at "A Perfect Time To Craft" and best of
    luck with your entry.

    Robin DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogs