Here is my card:
Is he cute or what? After I got the digital image the size I wanted it to be I attached a small piece of my pattern paper to a regular piece of printer paper, and ran it through my printer. I cut him out and colored in the spots on his back with a black Copic marker. I printed a second image and cute out just the eyes so they would be white and not polka dot.
The winner of this week's challenge will win a $6.00 USD voucher code to redeem at SKdigis.
Hello everyone! I want to start thanking Sieze the Birthday for having me as a sponsor and for inviting me to design along the fabulous DT, it is an honor and a pleasure.
My name is Sonia Kertznus, owner, operator and graphic designer at SKdigis digital stamps company.
High quality cartoonish/whimsical digital images hand drowned and digitized by me at 300 dpi line art for a perfect crisp print and delivered in both .jpg and .png formats.
SKdigis are wonderful for card makers and scrapbookers, priced affordably and with the convenience of immediate downloads.
In addition to the digital stamps, I also have a vast collection of digital sentiments and digital papers.
Still, my priority is my family and my "real" life, therefore, I only add new images to the store, If I have had the time to draw, color and create samples.
I try my best to upload at least 5 to 10 new images per month, so come on visit my store and follow by e-mail... you do not miss the new additions.
I also want to invite you to visit and follow SKdigis blog and play along our very talented design team at Sketchy Friday, where you can win SKdigis.
This week's sketch:
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you will join us this week at Seize the Birthday.
Digital Image SKdigis
Stamps: Papertrey Ink Stylish Sentiments: Birthday
Paper: Papertrey Ink Pure Poppy, Blueberry Sky & Simply Chartreuse Polka dot paper is from Simple Stories Snap pad
Other: Black pearls