The Frenzy Continues

Yep, I'm back with another imitation of a Mo Manning favorite.  I think I almost captured it completely, but there are still a few subtle differences.  Do you see the difference?...not to easy huh?

Anyway let me start with the original creation by none other than Tracy.  Hello my lovely crafting mentor person....


Tracy's coloring skills never cease to amaze me...just fabulous I tell you.  You can check out the details of her card by clicking here.

While you're there check out her tutorials and other creations.  You will find yourself wanting to try your coloring skills and what I like is her ability to create something lovely with very little.

Not a lot of over-kill and yet a creation that draws attention and shares a message.  Now to move on to my very own creation of which I am simply proud.  Now to share my lift of this delightful card.


My card doesn't appear to be as bright as the original but I am sure I used the same designer paper so perhaps I don't have the best lighting in my craft-room.

Anyway I followed the basic coloring scheme and layout using what I had on hand for the most part.

I managed to get the greeting using my PC and Word, and the buttons came in a pack I had gotten some time ago.  As I said I am getting used to coloring still but my own technique and style is starting to merge although I find it real interesting to see how others color.  

Light to dark or dark to light, or do they lay a base color and then start the shadows.  Everyone does their own thing and for some reason they all turn out pretty darn good.

I continued using the left over paper to finish off the inside allowing a space for a personal message but keeping the color scheme the same inside.

Additionally, I have made it a habit to always create an envelope for every card I make.  This way should I need to give it up, the inside will be complete, my stamp will be on the back, and there will be a endorsed envelope that matches the card making it even more personal and special.

For this card I used "7 Gypsies "Venice" DSP, Mo's Digital Image "Sailor Boys" Distress Inks, Miscellaneous embellishments and the following copic markers:  

Skin E00, E11, E13
Hair E55, E57
Clothing B93, B95, B97, R35, R37, R39
Boat E35, E37, E39, E000, E00, B000, B00
Shading E41, E42, E43, C00, CO, C2

I'd like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Sister Act Card - Challenge #74
Craft for the Craic-Challenge#8 "Something With Circles" (9/28)
A Creative Romance - Anything Goes (9/25)
Treasure Time Rubber Stamp - Anything Goes (9/19)
Suzy Bee's Blooming Challenge - Anything Goes (9/18)
Crafting At The Weekend - Anything Goes (9/25)








9 comments:

Mary J Scrapper said...

Absolutely beautiful

Maxine D said...

Fabulous Lesia - love the colours and your colouring.
Blessings
Maxine

Hazel said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely crafting for Suzy Bee's Bloomin' challenge 46 - hope to see you again soon, Hazel, DT x

Sandra Schabel said...

Hi Mema,
it's a stunning card.Your colouring is fabulous. Thank you so much for sharing with me.
Hugs Sandra

Joanna Solecka said...

Great colours on your card and that stamp is lovely. Thanks for taking part in Cfc challenge

Erin Bentley said...

Hi, A lovely project, love the image and the pretty colours. Thank you for joining Crafting At The Weekend this month. Good luck and we hope to see you again soon.
Hugs Erin DT & Co Owner x

Beebeebabs said...

Absolutely adorable thanks for sharing!!!

Eithne said...

Cute image and card! Thank you so much for joining our September challenge over at Craft for the Craic.
Eithne

Yvonne Tune said...

beautiful card, love lily of the valley images, design and colouring beautiful

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