Friday, November 22, 2013

Church on the Hill....

 I just bought some Derwent Inktense pencils to try and I really am enjoying them. I need some practice with them that is for sure.  I  want to send my mother-in-law this card for Christmas. It is a stamp I really liked and I know she will too. It reminds of the an old church that stands up on a hill quite near to us. It has such charm and character that is for sure.
I added some liquid applique for snow and a little glitter. I can see the glitter is not showing up all that well...but trust me. When I do a card it always has glitter! LOL

Hope you have a wonderful weekend, and hopefully you have some time to create.

8 comments:

  1. Stunning, that red pops with those softer colours, love the image and frame

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  2. Those colours are awesome..I just might have to invest..love your card!!

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  3. beeeeyooootiful! gorgeous Christine! never tried those pencils, but love your colouring! very nice card ....

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  4. ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS Christine!!!! Looks like you've been colouring with them forever...AMAZING job!! The scene is coloured SO WELL that you'd think that it was a photo!!! Your mother-in-law will just LOVE it!!!!!!

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  5. Christine, this is so beautiful!!! I love that church image and your colored it beautifully with the Inktense!!! Woo hoo! Did you love them? The colors are very bright aren't they haha? Hey, what is that frame around the image? I love it, so very pretty! You MIL will love your card!!
    Hugs, Dena

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  6. The coloring looks really good Christine. Your mil will love it.

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  7. Beautiful card, Christine. Peaceful scenery. I love it that you're trying different medium. I should be doing that too--I just have to find the time...tee hee. Love the rich colours you get from those intense pencils. Gorgeous DP by the way--very elegant design. Love the stitching.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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