Monday, July 20, 2009

Monday, Monday

Hello everyone in blog world.. and welcome to the start of a new week… which often means we’re refreshed from a great weekend, have great inspiration from other crafters and are now anxious to get back to our craft rooms to rock and roll!




I’m not wishing our long-awaited Summer away.. it took sooo long to get here after we experienced a crummy and very short Spring. But, I do LOVE Fall.. it’s my favorite season. Pumpkins, leaves that turn color and become crisp, beautiful sunsets and sunrises… comfort food, fireplaces, the color of bittersweet and cool nights when a light sweater is perfect. Those are the things I love… how ‘bout you?

So, for me, Summer means that Fall is just around the corner.. and I can start to create cards for Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving.

These images from
Mo’s Digital Pencil are so inspirational and perfect; she has done it again. She’s knocked the cover off the ball.. and out of the park.  Look at these little punkin’s ready for pumpkin picking on a beautiful Fall day.

punkin' picking



Here’s Patrick.. this cute image reminds me of “where’s Waldo”.. he blends in so well, doesn’t he? I think I chuckled all the way through coloring this little guy. I paper pieced the two pumpkins on the bottom right from an extra image, and also paper pieced the pumpkin in the bottom front – both were popped up with SU dimensionals. Photos just can’t seem to capture the dimension we often add.

where's Patrick



Many of my followers have asked if I would give more information on how I use Prisma and Lyra pencils.. if there’s enough interest, I’ll prepare a tutorial on my blog so you can follow along.. just leave me a comment and let me know. I would love to show you a few tricks for using pencils.

As always, thanks for stopping by.. and be safe in all you do.

Details:  Both digital images from Mo’s Digital Pencil, plain white and linen cardstock, black cardstock, SU Kiwi Kiss cardstock, SU designer paper, Sizzix leaf dies, misc designer paper, SU dimensionals, computer generated sentiment for Patrick, SU sentiment  from “Tiny Talk” on first card.

20 comments:

Dru said...

Beautiful job Peggy - love these images (gotta get busy on mine)and your coloring.

coldwaters2 said...

Oh my Peggy you do such a fantastic job with the colouring of these beautiful images. I just love the design and colours you are an awesome crafter.

Hugs
Lorraine x

eiyiyi said...

Oh, yes please. A tutorial would be wonderful. Your coloring skills and techniques are truly the best I've ever seen. Learning from you would be a real treat!

eileen xo

Becky said...

This is beautiful, love the colors.

Kryssi said...

very cute... your coloring skills are off the hook!

Katy said...

Very cute! I love these images.

Cindy said...

I think these images are so cute and sweet. You did such a wonderful job with them.

Jennifer Scull said...

these are adorable! I am getting so addicted to Mo's digi images! each one is a work of art and so much fun! :)

Leigh Ann Baird said...

Wow, Peggy! Fall is my favorite time of year too. I love these cards. The leaves are gorgeous and I love the pumpkins on the second card--they look textured.

Scrapping Julie said...

cute, cute, cute

Sara said...

These images are darling, and your coloring is gorgeous!

Jane Wetzel said...

GORGEOUS PEGGY! WOW! I would LOVE a tutorial on how u use your pencils! tfs! Jane :)

Lesly said...

These are beautiful. Your coloring is fantastic! I have to agree, I love fall. TFS.

Lana said...

Peggy you have done a wonderful job with these fab cards
Hugs
Lana x

"Luv 2 Glitter" by Brenda M. said...

That image is toooo cute.... reminds me of my cute little nephew....Love your cards.

Scrubbysue said...

Beautiful cards peggy! I just love how warm and inviting the colors are. I hope your enjoying your sunday my friend. :)

Gina said...

Your cards are great but your coloring is FANTASTIC. The shading on those pumpkins is wonderful.

Ri said...

AWWWWWWWWW those are darling cards :0)

deifen said...

Stunning card Peggy - i found you on Mo's blog :-)
I'd love to learn more about your colouring techniques please!
Great to find your blog!
Dei

Pam S. said...

simply adorable! love your coloring and the images!
Pam Going Postal

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