Wednesday’s Card: Be the Star You Are

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Wednesday’s Card: Subtle Watercolor Background

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Wednesday’s Card: Groovy Chalkboard Congrats

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Wednesday’s Card: Watercolor Butterfly

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Wednesday’s Card: Glittery Tannenbaum

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Wednesday’s Card: Colored Pencil Background

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Yes, you read that right. I created this background with just two of my favorite colored pencils: Derwent Intense. It was fun, and it was easy. Doesn’t this card look so celestial? It makes me think of the real reason for the season. 🙂 As you know from yesterday’s post, I love these pencils. I have lots of cards on this blog where I used the pencils, such as this one, this one, and this one. They {Read More}

Wednesday’s Card: Coloursoft Pencils

Hi All! I know what you’re thinking… this looks hard. I’m telling you, it’s not. The key is to color piece by piece, petal by petal. And use the same strategy with each petal. So, now that we got that out of the way…. Today I am working with Derwent Coloursoft Pencils. These pencils are really amazing, and very different. They are soft and apply very easily, they blend extremely well, and they look fantastic on black paper. They are {Read More}