Monday, February 15, 2016

Mouse Balloon from From the Heart

From the Heart, i {heart} card sketches w/ a tWiSt #139 offered a sketch and an optional twist to add a number. I chose to do both.  I selected this sweet little mouse image,called Mouse Balloon. Not only is this such a cute image, but it is free right now! I colored him with Copics and used the blender on the textured rag technique to give him a "furry" look. I edged the image paper with Distress inks. The number two, would be for my great grandson's next birthday.
Inside of Card
Copic Markers Used
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14 comments:

  1. He will love the card. You did a great job on you tag technique. Hugz Jules

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  2. Jean, love that you used both the sketch and the twist. Marvelous! Also adore the texture you created. I see you are enjoying your markers which is a wonderful thing. So glad you participated with us at From The Heart Stamps for Challenge 139. Best of luck!

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    1. I do love my Copics, Kathy. I wish I had known in the beginning before I spent so much money on different coloring markers that I seldom use LOL! Thanks for all your kind words!

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  3. Such a cute card...perfect for your little guy! Love that you showed us the inside!
    Thanks for joining us at FTHS.

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    1. Thank you, Doni. I don't always do the inside. This time though, I had several pieces of paper just sitting there begging to be used :)

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  4. Jean, another wonderful creation! I love that you worked the twist into your creations. I'm sure your baby boy will love his card! Thanks so much for joining us at From the Heart Stamps sketch with a tWist #139!

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    1. I always "try" to remember to do both the sketch and the twist. It took a bit of thinking as to how to include a number, but it works for a birthday card. Well, maybe not for mine LOL!

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  5. Reminds me of the furry little critter I recently saw! Love how you did his fur, and your great grandson will love it!

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    1. LOL, this one might be a little more huggable:)

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  6. This is fabulous Jean! I love the colours you have used here and the mouse has super texture! Thanks so much for joining us at From the Heart Stamps in our weekly sketch challenge :-)

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    1. Thanks, Libley. He is so easy to work with. Love a mouse :)

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  7. Wonderful card and a cute image to use! Thanks for entering I {heart} card sketches with a tWist - hope to see you again next time!

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    1. Thank you, Tip Top. I'm already working on the new sketch :)

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