Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Could be an Easter card

I've colored in Karen Middleton's totally cute Easter Daffodil. It's such a wonderful image, perfect for Easter. So I turned it into an Easter card. Almost. Cause I left out a greeting. This way I can use it as a spring greeting card as well.

I decided to make a different type of card, instead of my useall easel card. I'm not sure what this fold is called, but I really like it. It's perfect for adding flowers to the 'inside' of the card as well, without an extremely thick card.

As always I've used Copics to color, and the following are the specific ones I used:
Duckling: Y0000, Y11, Y15, Y17, E33
Beak & Feet: YR21, YR24, YR27
Greens: G40, G43, G46
Ladybug: R14, R24, R27, R59, T5, T7

I kept the patterend paper and embellishment fairly simple, so the little duckling could really shine on the card. It's such a happy little fellow, and I didn't want it to get lost on the card.

This image is available at the Sweet Pea Stamps store as a digi image.

Thanks so much for stopping by today
- Lina


  1. so so AWESOME... love your card and coloring...

  2. So pretty - lovely coloring and I love the flowers you added!!!

  3. What a sweet Duck Lina!! Be sure to enter this card in the Sweet Pea card contest to give some inspiration to everyone. Cheers, Holley

  4. Lina, this is simply beautiful! Your coloring is outstanding like always!
    Hugs, Sande xx