This was created on 19th July: day 15 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Like a lot of the cards I created during the colouring challenge, I didn’t start out with any real idea of what the final card would look like; I was just colouring images for the fun of colouring. This card started with the happy ice-cream and built from there.
This was created on 7th July: day 3 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
What is it with all the masculine cards in the middle of summer? This one was for my neighbour, who does like an occasional tipple; I didn’t have any whisky bottle images to hand, so had to go with the second option of wine bottles instead.
This cute hedgehog wrapped up warm in his chunky scarf is the image for October’s progressive challenge from Gerda Steiner Designs. I have to give credit to my other half for coming up with the great pumpkin idea; I love how it turned out.
The card was made on 24th July: day 20 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
This little spidey is just sooooo cute! I didn’t have a plan for him when I coloured him, but I quickly realised that he would be perfect as the centrepiece of a birthday card for a friend of ours.
This was created on 6th July: day 2 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
This card was directly inspired by Kathy Racoosin’s colouring book card on day one of the challenge. It’s nice to find a use for some of the pages from the various colouring books I’ve bought and been given. I like colouring, but I like putting it to use even more.
This was created on 13th July: day 9 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
These art deco style roses were a little time consuming to colour — there are a lot of tiny areas in there — but I love the designs. I may have gone a bit overboard with all the faux stitching, but one line really wasn’t enough… and anyway, I was creating it for fun, not with the aim of producing a masterpiece 🙂
The colouring was done on 12th July: day 8 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Another cute free digi stamp from Just Inklined and some more Copic colouring; I do use other mediums occasionally, but I have to say that me and Copics just get on 🙂
I didn’t have a plan for a finished card when colouring her — she just ended up in the PHDs pile (Projects Half Done) — so this was a good opportunity to raid my backgrounds box for inspiration and use up some experiments.