Thursday, July 9, 2009

11 Journey



Here's my second sample for the Delightful Sketches Challenge #2. I started with a blank journal with a black cover and covered it with coordinating papers in shades of green. The image used here is Digital Delights by Louby Loo's Pip and Poppet. It was printed and colored with Prismacolor pencils then laminated to protect it with handling of the journal. It is raised above the surface of the journal for a little dimension. There's some flowers and stitching. Lots of ribbons on the binding wires! The little sign held by the squirrel says Journey
Don't forget to go take a peek at the other samples at the design team's blogs listed in the left column or at Delightful Sketches.
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11 comments:

  1. Cindy you did a fabulous job on this challenge. Love all the details!

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  2. Oh this is just darling, awesome coloring!

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  3. Cindy this is just adorable! I love the stamp you used and the combo of green and black really stands out!

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  4. Wow!! This is awesome Cindy!! You did great. Love the colors you chose to work with. Very pretty!!

    Hugs,
    JEn

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  5. Another cute creation Cindy!
    Laminating was a great idea too!
    Hugs,
    True :)

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  6. Awesome job Cindy,

    I just love how you did the journal again!!!

    Great idea to laminate him your coloring is beautiful!!!

    Awesome!!!

    Heather

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  7. This is fabulous Cindy, I am luuuving those journals!! and what a great idea to laminate the image, you need to do a tutorial on this!!

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  8. This is really nice Cindy. I love the image. I love the little journal. In fact, I love everything about it.

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  9. LOL No. NO. No. The sign is all WRONG!!! It should say "Faster!" Or "Don't Eat Me!" or "Watch those low branches!!" or "SNAKE!!!!"

    Great card CB!!!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to let me know what you think! It means a lot!

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