Nov 21, 2015

Woodland Christmas and Let's Color Linky Party Info


Let's Color Linky Party delayed, 
coming January 2nd, 2016

I made a little set of Christmas cards using a cute hedgehog by Penny Black.

All stamps are from Penny Black, each image was colored using Faber Castell Polychromos pencils.

Edges were inked and distressed, kraft card stock embossed. Embellished with glitter and a snowflake brad. And finished off with paper piercing.
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A little info about "Let's Color - Linky party" 

Who can join the linky party?
Everyone is invited to join, as long as you link something new you colored. This can be a finished paper craft, art piece, decoration, gift, colored image or even a page out of a coloring book. Please ensure your page/colored image or project is complete when linking here. Please note, if linking only colored image, it must be watermarked. You might also consider water marking your other creation to protect you and the artist from image theft. (You can add a simple watermark with picasa, photoscape, photobucket or other free photo editing software). 

A few simple rules and guidelines to follow... 
  • Only new work may be linked
  • You may link as many times as you want
  • All project must include something hand colored 
  • You must include a link back here in your post
  • You may use any coloring medium 
  • Combine with any other challenges or linky parties
Themes are always optional, and only posted for your inspiration 
(in case you can't decide what to color :-) 

Thanks so much for visiting!!
First Linky Party will be January 2nd.

4 comments:

Janice said...

Really love these, fab colouring and inking! Great set of cards, Jx

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So gorgeous!

Sanja Grdinić said...

Beautiful set - love the image and paying attention to details. :)

Creations by Shirl said...

The cards are awesome Ellie, love the coloring that you did with those colored pencils.... Hedgehogs are always fun to create, love those little critters...