Sunday, May 15, 2011

Whatcha Readin'?

Read any good books lately? This image is called "Moody for Reading", and she's one of the many super images available at PMS (Paper Makeup Stamps-our own Katie Cotton) who just happens to be our sponsor for this particular Copic Creations Challenge. The sentiment at the bottom is also from PMS and I thought it was quite appropriate to go with the image. The challenge this time is Coloring with Yellows. I mainly used YR21,23,24, but also used Y15,17 and Y000,02 (for the hair.) I am still in love with these papers from Stella & Rose- "Hattie" & "Gertie"(My Mind's Eye) and I'm trying to feature several of them with each image. I had to order more - I'm really hooked. Hope you can join us for this challenge. Thanks for stopping by and have a lovely week.


mycardz said...

Hi Karen! I agree with you, I'm in love with these S&R papers too, I have two pads ... but not the one you used-- uh oh, I think I need to do some more shopping! hehe Your card is gorgeous. I love the different shades of yellow you used - perfect for your papers! love it. Hope you're doing well! hugz, Mary

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh Karen! Your coloring/shading on this beautiful image is absolutely exquisite.. such fine and wonderful detail. LOVE this!

Rica said...

Hi Karen, this is gorgeous, your colours, colouring, your layout - everything is fabulous - even though I hate yellow I still like those papers!!!
This is the link you asked for - hAnglar stAnglar
they come from Sweden but arrive to me in Germany within 2/3 days - brilliant service!! Any problems with the link - go to the top bar in my blog - shops - scroll down and it's in there.
Heather xx

Cheryl Valadez said...

Hi Karen! Lovely work! Way to work those yellows! I love the warmth your color combo brings to your card. Sheer perfection! Hugz, Cheryl

Rose said...

Karen, your mellow-yellow Moody for Reading looks amazing on this fantastic card!!! Your whole card is so beautifully coordinated! Nicely done! ~ Rose

miatagal said...

Karen, Your colour selection is beautiful. I am so inspired by your work.