The First card is a card I made is Steve's fathers day card:
The sailboat is stamped on watercolor paper with an ancient sailboat stamp using Gina K amalgam ink, deckel edge cut, layered, and colored with old school Stampin up pastels.
The first sailboat I did took 30 minutes and it looked awful, so I went back to tried and true:
2 minutes of coloring that was enjoyable and a little spray fixative:
I used this weeks verse on the inside of the card
Here is another card I did with the chalk pastels and a stamp from Our Daily Bread Designs
This boat was done on pastel paper and chalk
I made a birthday card for a man turning 101, his care home was asking for 101 birthday cards to come in for him:
and the last card made this weekend was for my youngest son's birthday!
made with a Tim Holtz paper.
Digital Calligraphy by Karen Murray
A sailboat for your card making
Go Here to Word Art Wednesday to enter into the challenge - It is a win-win!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you are having a good weekend!
Striking cards Ginny - love your chalk colouring - I love using mine too, but had not used them for a long time, until recently. The sailing cards are amazing - loving the one that you coloured on dark paper.
Those all turned out beautiful! Thank you for the lovely sentiment and image! I have to remember to get my chalks out more!
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