Tuesday, January 31, 2017

GIU Day 2

Good morning!
Today I am sharing with you a card that I made.  The card is originally a pink color so I used this as a base color.  I stamped the Unity Girl Brystl Girl (https://www.unitystampco.com/shop/brystl-girl/) and then colored her in with colored pencil.  I used the sentiment that came with her and stamped it on a piece of scrap paper that I had lying around.  I cut it to look like a banner.  The Angie Girls are so beautiful all by themselves.  I am also entering this in their January monthly challenge where you can use any Unity Girl.


Please comment below and let me know what you think!  There will be 2 random winners picked from the comments on my blog for the week to win 25 stamps from Unity!  Come back tomorrow and see what fun project I will share!
Naomi
 

56 comments:

  1. It has a nice soft feel with it that I like. Good job.

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  2. Love it! Enjoying this image and the message as I enjoy my own morning coffee.

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  3. Love, love.....as im sitting here drinking my coffee this morning!

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  4. Wonderful card! And you can never go wrong with pink in my opinion! ;)

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    1. Thank You and I agree! I love pink!

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  5. This card is oh-so-sweet! I always forget how cool colored pencil coloring can be until I see something as fabulous as this! Awesome work!

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    1. Thank You so much Becca! I love colored pencil.

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  6. I need to work with some colored pencils. You've inspired me! I love this card

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  7. The colors are lovely and I like the green banner!! Any stamp with a coffee cup is an instant winner for me. I've been using watercolors for most of my coloring but I'll have to try colored pencils, the shading on Brystl is fantastic!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love watercolors and I am excited to try them with stamps!

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  8. coloring with color pencils on colored cardstock is a favorite technique for me. thanks for sharing
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com

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  9. I just got her. Seeing this beautiful card makes me want to ink her up!

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    1. Thank you! All the Angie girls are so pretty!

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  10. The little banner really stands out, in a great way, against the card. What a wonderful look!

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  11. LOVE this! Pretty coloring. I think this will be the next Angie girl I buy ...

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  12. I love what you did here. Pink and green are my favorite colors so I love it!!

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  13. Pretty card! I love the scalloped edges and the awesome stamp you used!

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  14. Pretty. I like the effect of your colours on pink. Hugz

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  15. So soft and pretty! I love it!

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  16. Feel as though I could join her for a cup of Jo! Really nice card. Very inviting!

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    1. Thank You! I love the coffee style stamps and the Angie Girls together.

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  17. Your colored pencil work is very pretty. I especially like that you colored on pink paper and made the vest white!

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  18. Love how she's colored so tonally. Looks amazing.

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  19. I love the softness of your card. Beautiful!

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  20. Very pretty coloring on this girl!

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  21. This is one of my fav Angie Girls ~ Love the card ~ Wynne

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  22. So soft pretty and simple. Really nice ~ Thanks!!

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  23. I never think to stamp the girls on colored paper, but this turned out so cute that I will have to try!

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