Thursday, December 18, 2008

Tilda with Prisma Pencils

Good morning! The Magnolia-licious design team had a request to see some Magnolia stamps (Tildas) colored with Prisma and Gamsol.
This card is the result of my efforts with this technique. I think she turned out okay, you get a softer look this way.
Thanks for asking us to do this, Deb! Obviously I need to practice. I also want to watercolor some of my images when I get the chance. Those copics are just so easy to grab and start coloring!
My Tilda with Dalecarlia coat came from Magnolia-licious and the Magnolia-licous group you can join to talk about all things Magnolia is here. Diana always sends an email when she has added new stamps for order or preorder on the store site. She also has 2 different sets of copic markers to check out.
No to card details:
My card base is olive. The dp is 2-sided and is made by Creative Imaginations. The tiny Merry Christmas sentiment is one I picked up at my (nearly) local stamp store Buffalo Stamps N Stuff.
I JUST got some of these primas from Michael's the other day (smiling here). The nearest Michael's is an hour away, so when I was Christmas shopping I just HAD to buy something for me! The card size is 4.25x4.25.
Thanks for visiting! I really do appreciate it!


Kittie said...

Cheryl, each card is just cuter than the last.

Heidi said...

You did a fabulous job on this. You know I bought pencils and the equivalent of gamsol at least 6m ago and have yet to try it. I like the softer look!

Mrs Adept said...

Love your coloring. Well done.

Michelle said...

She's beautiful, Cheryl!! Your coloring rocks no matter what you use!!

deb said...

Love it! you did a great job coloring Tilda with your Prisma's!! I do love that softer look and the shading with Prisma's! Thank you so much!
big hugz

Susan said...

She's just adorable! I love the look of coloring with Prismas. She looks so soft!

Brenda said...

super cute card. I have this stamp and love it!!! Have not used my watercolors for a while, cuz those copics are so awesome!!

Monica said...

Your technique with pencils and gamisol is fabulous! You are just a natural at coloring with any medium! Love the card.. and I just bought those same flowers at Michaels too! Happy Holidays to you and your family!!

Lori said...

Love your card. Great job on the coloring.

marsha said...

This card is fabulous! I love my Prismas and I am still learning with each card I make. You are just a natural, girl!

Cathy said...

Cheryl, your card is sooo cute!! Your coloring is beautiful on all of your cards.

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