Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Some Friendly Kritters

If you love cutesy animals and you enjoy working with detailed images then Tom Allen's Friendly Kritters line from CHF is just what you have been looking for. This is my first go with the new line...I am sure by now you have seen it on the other CHF team blogs as well as in the CHF gallery...I really could not resist these cuties!

One thing I learned about from this card is that it takes practice to get the airbrush system colouring even...ahhhhh maybe next time but in the meantime I am taking you down my learning journey. After all, it can't always be easy *wink*

I am going to try and take another photo of this card (and then upload it) during the day to see if I can have better luck with the image. I had to take 6 photos to get this one and I am really not happy with the quality of the image. It looks so much better IRL.




Recipe
Stamps:
-Helpful Chipmunks(Tom Allen Friendly Kritters line) by Cornish Heritage Farms

Ink:
-Pitch Black Dye ink by Ranger

Cardstock:
-Butter Cream by Prism Papers
-Suede Brown Dark by Prism
-Vellum

Accessories:
-Buttons by MME
-Ribbon
-Stitched ribbon tape by 7 gypsies
-Copic Markers

Tools:
-Airbrush System

Hope you have a super day!

P.S. My stamp set contest (see link on the right hand side) is still going on. You still have time to submit your card creations using either Shapes by Design and Wedding Day. I have some awesome prizes to give away and right now the odds are very good that those who have entered will win. There are a few uploads in the SCS gallery and I received a few e-mails with links too. I hope to see your cards and creations very soon.


4 comments:

Flossie's Follies said...

what an adorable image, love your card, your coloring is fatnstic as always.

Denise Bennett said...

Great Card Alli! I am just uploading a SBD card that I gave to your SIL from Alberta! I hope you like it!

Deborah said...

What cute critters! You did a great job with the air brush! Deb

Bethany Paull said...

That stitched tape looks great-gives that bg just enough of "something".