April 1, 2013

Your Are Purrfect

Good morning!  I have a fun card for you today and I had to try Inge's fabulous Coloring on Kraft with Prismacolor Premier Pencils Tutorial.  Actually, this is the first time I've used these pencils, so I was a bit nervous about it.  My 7-year-old son was begging me to use them, so we sat down and worked on our cards together.



As you can see, I used Inge's layout and colors just to keep it simple.  Did I mention I was nervous?  haha!  I started by stamping this sweet girl from Pure Innocence Purrfect in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then stamped the sentiment next to her.  I used a fine tip Sharpie and ruler for the frame and then followed Inge's tutorial.  I had to retrace some of the lines with the black pencil when I finished because I really colored over them.  I LOVE the look of these pencils on kraft and I am excited to try it again.

Here is a peek at the card my son made using Pure Innocence Soldier Boy.  He loves to stamp with me.


Be sure to check out Inge's fabulous tutorial for MFT Academy and try it out.  You can find details on how to upload your projects using her technique HERE in the MFT Forum on Splitcoaststampers.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!








recipe - 
stamps: pi purrfect (mft)
paper: kraft (mft)
ink: memento tuxedo black
accessories: prismacolor premier pencils, sharpie pen   

10 comments:

  1. Both cards are so sweet. Love the prismacolor pencils on the Kraft! I think you have another artist in the house! Great job both of you :-)

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  2. These turned out wonderfully!

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  3. Wow! Your first time is fabulous!! And your son's is wonderful as well. How fun that he likes to sit and color with you!

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  4. Very sweet, great job with those pencils! I'm the opposite, I'm used to the pencils, and markers make me nervous LOL!

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  5. Yours looks a lot better than mine! lol. Your son's looks better than mine too, lol. But it was a fun tutorial and I was glad to have something new to do and try. This is adorable.

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  6. OMG!!! LOVE this so much! Beautiful CAS card Karen! BRAVO!!
    Have a great day!

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  7. Ooh I must give that a try! Love your card and LOVE that your son made one too - his is fab!

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  8. WOW - I love the pure simplicity. Gorgeous TFS

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