Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Little Darlings, Sepia coloring.

It's time for a new challenge over at Little Darlings. Our challenge for the next 2 weeks is to use Red and Brown. I wanted to do something a little different and I colored my entire image in browns so it looked like a sepia image. I'm not sure if I accomplished that look or not but I tried :) I used the image Decorating the Tree. I think this is such an adorable image. I love her hair and how she's pulling the tree. Super cute!!! You can get this stamp over at the Love to Stamp Store, along with these My Minds Eye papers.

I want to annouce the winner of my Little Darlings Candy since I completely forgot! My bad!!! I was extremely busy last week. So the lucky winner is....

Could you email me (StampinMindy AT yahoo.com) your mailing address so I can get your stamp to you!

I hope you all have a great day and I hope to see you participate at the Little Darlings Challenge. Remember you don't have to use a Little Darlings image to enter.

Little Darlings - Red and Brown

Stamps - Little Darlings 'Decorating the Tree' and Kraftin Kimmies Holiday sentiments.
Paper - My Minds Eye Life of the Party , SU, Copic Xpress
Ink - Memento and Copics
Accessories - Spellbinders, circle coluzzle.


Natali said...

Beautiful card!! Like usual )) Love you coloring!!

Dodici said...

Fabulous card,love it.xxx

Shazza said...

it is beautiful x

debby4000 said...

Adorable, beautiful card Mindy.

judith@poppy cottage said...

Fab colouring Mindy, love the graduation, Judith xx

Lenie Hempen said...

Hoi Mindy

Wat een Schattig kaartje.
Echt super lief en mooi gemaakt.

Gr Leny Hempen

LaJanette said...

Very pretty card! I like how the sepia turned out!


Sandra H said...

This is beautiful!:) Sandra H

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

Gorgeous sepia card! Love how you have colored it! Oh yay! I won that little darling! Thank you and I am off to e-mail you right now!

Melanie said...

Fantastic card for your Grandmother to give. I love the sentiments and will keep them filed away for future reference. Hugs, Melanie McK (Australia)