Monday, March 17, 2014

I got busy after lunch and worked on the second card for today but I cheated. You were supposed to draw and then water color the image. If I drew the image you would not know what it was. I felt it was better just to stamp something and then water color. This is my take on it. Very clean and simple and easy and I love it.  Be kind to one another. I will link this to http://www.onlinecardclasses.com/CS3/days-7-8-student-gallery-creative-coloring/.





 

8 comments:

  1. Hello Brenda-you made a lovely card with your stamped and water coloured image-very effective,i like the clean and simple look :)
    Nessa XX

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  2. Hey Brenda! You made me laugh with "If I drew the image you would not know what it was." LOL I'm the same way. I love the clean and simple look of this . . . just beautiful. I've spent some time looking at several of your recent posts to catch up. You've been doing some beautiful work. I especially love those "Irish chicks" you did. Thanks too for your kind comment regarding the loss of my Shotsy. It meant a lot to me. Hope you are well. I too am so looking forward to Spring. Best, Curt

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  3. A simply beautiful card. I couldn't tell you didn't draw this--did you stamp in really light ink? (I'm Merrit in class)

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  4. Great job on the feather, Brenda. I looked at the video. Then tried to water color last evening (not doing any drawing though, and not on a feather!!!!). I think you did a fantastic job! Hooray for you. TFS & Hope the pc woes are getting fixed. Hugs

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  5. Simply Amazing Brenda!!! Love the way you colored the feather, So Awesome you:)

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  6. Oh Brenda, this is just beautiful!! You did a great job water coloring your feather. I love the clean lines and simple design of this card, just takes my breathe away! Hugs

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  7. Perfection! I'm with you on the stamping rather than drawing it myself thing. That feather is beautifully watercolor painted. You have every right to love this one--gorgeous work!

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