A Walk In the Woods

Happy Copic Coloring, Crafters! My whimsical card started with the thought of a “Walk In the Woods” by the Double D Challenge. My Digi stamp and background paper are from Whimsy Stamps. I wanted to color my Cool Pony with Copics similar in color to the background. Honestly, I struggle with Copic coloring and blending, I am NO Sandy Allnock. But, I try hard. The colors I chose were: W0, W1, N0, N2, N4, E50, E51, E70, RV63, RV66, RV69. I used the colors I have (as I don’t own all of the Copic colors….yet 😊) My focal point was cut with a Scan and Cut and placed in this beautiful scene. To add a little glimmer to my card, Rock Candy glitter by Ranger was added to the fur trim. I don’t know if this counts as clean and simple; but, for me, it is. Hope you enjoy! For those from Double Trouble, my background has many Trees and my pony is Tethered to the little girl.

“Weekend forecast….. crafting, with a chance of chocolate.”

Challenges entered: ABC Christmas Challenge, Double D Challenge, Critter Crazy Challenge, Double Trouble Paper Challenge, Watercooler Wednesday Challenge.

17 thoughts on “A Walk In the Woods

  1. You really achieved a great look on this card with your coloring and colors. Certainly a frosty walk in the woods. Thanks for linking up with us at Double D Challenge. I hope to see you again.

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  2. Beautiful card and the soft color background scenery is so pretty and your color selection complements your background and pops… nothing wrong with your copic coloring… beautiful. Thanks for sharing your slimline and our optional “T” with us at Double Trouble, and you have met the requirement for Ellibelle’s Crafting Challenge too, they do accept a machine cut also.

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