Happy Easter

Happy Tuesday!  I found these cute digi images the other day by Dustin Pike and thought they would be so cute on a card.  I also used this weeks sketch over at Taylored Expressions.


I printed of the image and heat set it with my embossing gun before I coloured the Dragon with Copic markers. I added a little bit of glitter to his spots as well as to the egg shell, but I don’t think it shows well in the picture.  For the ground I used Prismacolor pencils and blended with OMS.  I finished it off with the sentiment that I wrote out.  I always worry that I am going to go crooked when I use my own hand writing, and this time I did so let’s just pretend that it is straight!   😀

Paper:Bazzill, BoBunny (Abby Road)  Image: Dustin Pike (Easter Dragon)  Accessories: Copic markers, Prismacolor pencils, OMS, Glitter Ritz (Sweet Basil), Prisma glitter, Sakura Quickie glue pen, Prima flower (blue), Imaginisce flowers (Brown & Green), BoBunny candy brad (Rough and Tumble).

I have a ton of housework to get done today and then a PAC meeting at the school this evening.  Hopefully I find some time to play.  What are you up to today?  Whatever it is I hope that you have a great day and as always thanks for stopping by!

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7 thoughts on “Happy Easter

  1. Peggy…..thank U for the copic tips using heat emboss. I FOR SURE will try it with my next card. Now that you gave me that tip, my cardmaking is not on hold. So excited now to try that idea! Thanks Peggy!!!!

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