Unfortunately, it's "sick" season, so you can never have too many 'get well cards' on hand. This little guy from Mo Manning would cheer someone up. I think he's adorable. I colored him up with Copics. The chandelier garland can be foundhere.
Would it totally shock you if I didn't post a Christmas card this close to the holiday? ;) I like to sell some of my cards and it's past time selling Christmas, so I made a general themed one. Thought it'd be sweet for a birthday or thinking of you.
I chose Joyful Tilda and colored her up with Copics. The big white rose can be found here. I added some cheesecloth and other embellishments I had on hand. Then I glittered the flowers with Stickles.
I made a small card that would be perfect for attaching to a gift. The image is Sister & Brother from Magnolia. I used my Cuttlebug to cut out the circular shapes. The bling is from BasicGrey and the twine is from My Mind's Eye. The paper is from my scraps, so I'm not sure where to direct you on that.
The following is a list of the Copics I used to color the image:
We'd love to see your holiday themed cards using non-traditional colors
in conjunction with traditional colors. So pull out all the stops and
show us what you have created.
I created a Christmas card seal using a snowflake image from Magnolia. The red paper is also from that company. I colored in the snowflake with Copic 110 Special Black (thus the non-traditional) and added some Stickles.