Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Mo's Digital Pencil Too Challenge #30 --- Rain or Water Theme

Mo's Digital Pencil challenge goes right along with the weather we've had here the past couple of days --- RAIN!  The illustration I used is Mo's "Duck Day" which I had colored some time ago, waiting for just the right time to use it.

Cute, cute, cute!  This is colored with Copics and was so much fun!  Lots of bright colors to go along with the happy feeling it creates.  The water droplet paper is from my stash.  I've been accused of having more paper than Michael's!  Well, I started scrapbooking 13 years ago and, being a paper addict, I have collected quite a stash.  Since I gave up scrapbooking for cardmaking I'm putting all that paper to good use.  Only one problem, they keep coming out with more fabulous papers!!

I used plastic buttons from Walmart and sheer flowers from Prima for the embellies.  The flowered ribbon is from my stash.  Again, I love ribbon and have been collecting it for years, especially when I find good sales!

Here's a close-up:

Gotta love those ducks!

Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you pay a visit to Mo's Digital Pencil challenge blog.  Her amazing DT has amazing projects to inspire you!

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Anonymous said...

OH...This can out bright and pretty! Love the "bubble" DP!

Come and join in NEXT week @ Mo's...love to see MOre!

Elaine L. said...

Sweet! I love the reflections in the puddles and that great paper. Thanks for joining us in Mo's Challenge this week.

Dawn B. said...

This is adorable.. Perfect paper for this challenge. Thanks so much for joining us at Mo's this week.

MiamiKel said...

Yay! I think the comments are enabled and just in time to tell you this is AMAZING! You've colored this sweet little girl wonderfully - I love your color choice, your beautiful papers, your layout - this one is a show stopper!

Myrt said...

.....awwww.....what a cutie - it's such a happy, colourful card - love the image (which is coloured beautifully) and the ducks are so cute. The DP is marvellous!