Pure Prairie Bouquet

I have another birthday card to share today. I used another medium this time, colored pencils.

I hadn’t used my Prismacolor pencils for some time and thought I would use them on this image from Poppy Power. She has some really gorgeous images! This one is a digital image, Pure Prairie Bouquet digital stamp.

I have been a subscriber to the Kit and Clowder Monthly Coloring Classes, and this was a class in September of 2017. I colored it back in 2017 and thought I would color it again for a birthday card.

I used Memory Box Wrapped Stitched Rectangles to cut my image down for my card size. I added some Sparkling Clear gems from Pretty Post Pink. (They are hard to capture in a photo.) I mounted the image on a white card base and added a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp, Birthday Word Mix 1. I did stamp all of the sentiments in the set and cut them out with the matching die.

Thanks for stopping by!

Prismacolors Used: White, Powder Blue, Deco Pink, Lavender, Lilac, Parma Violet, Imperial Violet, Spring Green, Apple Green, Prussian Green, Ginger Root, Light Umber, Chocolate, Sap Green Light, Kelly Green, Magneta, Pomegranate, Tuscan Red, Yellowed orange, pale Vermillion, Poppy Red, Crimson Lake, Canary yellow Mineral Orange, Burnt Ochre, Hot Pink, Process Red, Crimson Lake, powder Blue, Black, Slate Grey

About Nancee56

I have been a crafter for many years. Knitting, crocheting, and paper crafting are my passion. I love to make handmade gifts and cards and spread a little cheer.

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