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For my card I’ve used the totally adorable Mouse In Tea Cup (Cecil) and coloured him with ProMarkers with added white gel pen highlights.To add a little shading under and on the cup I used the Tea Green ProMarker and Blender.I find this gives a softer more subtle colour than using a grey. For a little extra shine I went over the tea cup with a glaze pen.Here’s a close up to show the detail :
I actually tuned the sketch on it’s side so I could incorperate the eyelets onto the edge of the image piece.I chose a gingham background and lacy edged dies to got with the country feel of the image.Supplies : Image : Mouse In Tea Cup (Cecil) from Digi Doodle Shop Mediums : ProMarkers,Sakura Clear Glaze Pen Papers : Making Memories Tools : X-Cut guillotine,Nellie’s Multi Frame Dies Flowers,Borders 2,Nestabilties Standard Circles Large,Big Shot,Crop-A-Dile Embellishments : Dovecraft 1/8″ Round Pastel Eyelets
Some challenges this card is for :Papertake Weekly : Anything Goes Top Tip Tuesday : Open Challenge By The Cute And Girly : Anything Goes Crafter’s Companion : Girls Birthday The Emerald Faerie Garden : Anything Goes Creative Cowgirls : Happy Easter/Happy Spring/Happy Mother’s Day Dream Valley : Flowers Scrappy Frogs : Anything Goes CES : Ellephantastic : Birthday/Party Crafts 4 Eternity : Anything Goes Fun at Fairy Knoll : Birthday Mami Doodles : Let’s Get Girly Paper Cutz : Anything Goes Wags n Whiskers : Use a Die/Punch Fussy and Fancy : Springtime Catch the Bug : Bring on those May Flowers and Pastel Colours Make It Monday : this is a linky party rather than a challenge and it’s always Anything Goes
Hope you’ve enjoyed looking at my card as much I’ve enjoyed making it.