Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Copic Color Challenge # 34.....




Good morning everyone..... I hope all of you are having a fab week..... Today's colors for the Copic Color Challenge are YG95, R39, C4...... Remember if you don't have the exact same colors you can still play along with something close..... This image is a cute Tilda reading a book, I love to read, I don't have time but I still enjoy it.....There cute roses can be purchased HERE and you get a bunch of them with a color variety..... Thanks for your sweet comments!!!

22 comments:

Jacque said...

Darling card, Patricia...and those colors are so autumn and school time!!! Your coloring of this little Tilda is just beautiful and the setting you have made for her is too cute!! Love this card...Great job...Hugs..Jacque

Sharon Caudle said...

I just LOVE this Tilda, Patricia, and this card is adorable. Love the papers you used and your coloring. Awesome job, girlfriend! hugs!

Barb Hardeman said...

Adorable, Patricia! Love the papers and your coloring is a perfect match! Love the arrangement of flowers to soften the card...beautiful job.

Kathy said...

Adorable card!! Love the colors and this is such a sweet image!! I really like your layout as well! TFS!!
:)Kathy

Suzanne J Dean said...

So cute--love this studious lil' Tilda. Fun fall colors & papers too!

hugz,
Suzanne

glowinshadow23 said...

Oooo beautiful coloring and layout!

Pat said...

Very pretty card, Patricia. Love the way you designed it, all the colors and papers look so great together,
Pat M

cabio's craft corner said...

I love your coloring. I have this image too, but haven't use it that often just because I don't have any idea. Thanks for the inpirations.
Hugs,
Cabio

Liz's creative corner said...

Hi, Love your card, your colouring of her is fantastic, I really like her hair,love the layout,xx

Hugs Lizxx

Candy said...

Hi Patricia,
Great card - the colours are perfect for a school fall theme.
Your colouring is wonderful....
Hugs Candy

Jodie from Oz said...

I just adore your card Patricia, your stitching & colouring is just perfect. Tilda is such a cutie. Love the your little flowers & autumn colours.
Thanks for sharing
hugs Jodie from Oz

Anonymous said...

Lovely card Patricia! Thanks for sharing her with us.

Kerry Peasland

Deeanna said...

Way to cute..great job...

Jacilynn said...

wow, you did a great job on the coloring. Love her black hair! super cute papers too!
x
jacilynn

Monika/Buzsy said...

Another super cute card! I just love these Magnolia images... great coloring... love those flowers! TFS!

Pam said...

Such a wonderful card. beautiful coloring. Thanks for sharing this great card. We just can't get enough of our Tildas.
Pam
http://stampsinc.blogspot.com/

Tracey said...

Love this card! Adorable!!

Mandy said...

Hi Patricia, your card is gorgeous, love the sweet Tild and your colouring is beautiful
hugs Mandy xx

Randee E said...

You do such amazing stuff with this line of stamps!! Love the fall colors on this card - reminds me of the start of school year. In answer to your question, I DID sponge the borders. For the circle I cut it out with my Nestibility die and then with it still in the die I sponged around the edges in a circular motion with SU Soft Suede and Ranger distress ink. Then I lift the die up and you get the nice crisp white border!! I sponged the edges of the bear with the same colors in a circular motion, but without a die. I hope this answers your question :0) Have a great rest of your weekend. My boys don't have school on Monday, so I'm thinking about extending my weekend too and taking Monday off!

Handmade by Vivi said...

Hi Patricia,
adorable card! and that Tilda is so cute!!
and thanks for stopping by on mu blog and wish me luck on the Guest DT.. I really appreciate!!
xxx
Vivi

Norma said...

Patricia, this is such precious card. I love the colours you chose. Lovely DP's. I don't have this Tilda (rats), but she is just adorable and you've coloured her beautifully. Great layout. Love your flower arrangement.

Hugs.
Norma

Nicole Bailey said...

adorable...and those papers are so very yummy!

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