Hi Friends....Welcome back! I am overjoyed that so many have stopped by in the past few weeks. I think I even have a new follower or two... I would love to have you like my facebook page as well.
I think I may need to have a little give away once I reach 100 followers... Yes...that is what I will do...I will have a give away for when I reach 100 followers... YEAH!!! Who doesn't like to win something? Be sure to tell you crafty friends so they will stop also....
Today I am sharing many of the images that I colored over the past few weeks. I finally had a few minutes to put them on a card.
All of these cards highlight a little boy...a sweet angelic boy... I unfortunately can not give credit for the images as I googled boy color pages and they just popped up without reference to origination. I apologize to the creator of the image...if it is yours...Please drop me a note and I will be happy to provide the proper link.
This image is one of the first ones that I ever colored using the distress markers. I colored it on regular white cardstock. I love that the colors blended so beautifully. I still need to work on the hair...but, it is what it is...practice does make perfect
This little newspaper guy...yeah...he is adorable. That little button nose...so sweet... Again, I used the distress markers on plain white cardstock. The colors muted together and gave a very soft appearance.
Some of you may know that my hubby is a firefighter. Therefore, all things related to firefighters, firetrucks and dalmation dogs eventually become part of our collection. This is another image I found by googling coloring image of firefighter. I love this little boy. It is going to make a perfect card for my grandson. I even fussy cut him out and adhered to the black diamond. Love it so much.
Where do you get your images? Do you buy them? Do you google them? What google words do you use to search for your coloring images?
That is it for today. Please come back and as promised, I will work on an awesome prize pack for when I reach 100 followers.
Have a blessed day!
All comments or critiques are welcomed and read with enthusiasm.