Monday, 28 January 2013

Merry Monday #47 - Caroling Penquins

Today's post is for this weeks Merry Monday Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  This challenge is one of the new ones that Lesley has decided to use to make the challenges more diverse and interesting.  It was fun trying to decide which design elements to go with, and my choice is Clean and Simple, Colour With Markers and White. I added some Ruby Red liquid pearl for the berries on the Hymn books and Dazzling Diamonds on the hats and snow.

Stamps: Penny Black Caroling Penguins, Petite Pairs
Card: Whisper White, Bashful Blue
Ink: Stazon Black,
Markers: Bashful Blue, Night of Navy, Real Red, Basic Grey, Certainly Celery, So Saffron, More Mustard
Finishing Touches: Liquid Pearls Ruby Red, Dazzling Diamonds
Cool Tools: Aqua Painter, Provo Craft Snowflake E/Folder, Curly Label Punch, Fiskars Trimmer and Scoring Tool, 2 Way Glue Pen, Dble Sided Tape, Dimensionals
Thanks for visiting today.
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  1. Absolutely love the snowflake embossing and your adorable penguin image! Your coloring is perfect! Love how you made your sentiment panel, too! Awesome job playing tic tac toe!
    Have a great week!

  2. I love that image and the simple layout you chose Sue!! Great job with your colouring!

  3. What a fun card, Sue! Love your trio of caroling penguins! They look wonderful against the embossed snowflake background too!

  4. Oh my....this is one of the cutest little set of penguins I've ever seen! And your coloring is fab! SO sweet!

  5. I LOVE THIS, Susan! These penguins are the cutest and those tiny little berries on the song books...You always inspire!

  6. This is so cute Susan, these little penguins are so sweet.

  7. OMG, those penguins are just adorable, you did a great job coloring them!!! LOVE IT!!!

  8. These little guys are sooooo cute Susan! How you do always find so many perfect stamps? Love the texture you've added and your colouring is fabulous!

  9. You've colored these cute penguins to perfection! Adorable card!


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