Coloring Challenge

I didn’t have time to write a blog for my Day 1, 2, and 3 The Daily Marker 30 Day Color Challenge, so I’m combining them into one post. Usually this challenge is to just color for 30 days, but this time it was shortened to 11 days. This is my first time joining this challenge, so I thought 11 days was perfect because it wasn’t as intimidating.

Day 1: I used Tombow dual brush marker to color in the cup and color pencil for the hands. The beautiful digital stamp is from Rachel Vass Designs.

Day 2: I’m trying to make more dog cards for the Wild Hearts Card Drive. Wild Hearts is a non-profit organization that assists dogs with mobility issues and their human families. They accept all kinds of donations, so check out Wild Hearts to see the other ways you can help.

I used watercolor to color in this adorable pug from Clearly Besotted. Then, I stamped in some paw prints and bones with GKD Sandy Beach Ink and a heart with GKD Red Velvet. Lastly, I heat-embossed two black pawprints on the bottom by combining GKD Amalgam Ink and Recollections Clear Embossing Powder.

Day 3: I wanted to make a Autumn colored theme coffee for the Coffee Lover Blog Hop and the Make My Monday Challenge #175. The stamp I used was Hero Arts Coffee Foam. I wanted to add something to the Light Peach Cardstock so I Ink Blended Autumn colors onto MFT Sprinkles Stencil with GKD Dark Chocolate, Red Velvet, Sweet Mango, and Wild Dandelion.

I felt like I didn’t really like the autumn colored sprinkles, so I made a second one with GKD Sandy Beach to give it a kraft color. I’m not sure which one I like more.

That’s it for the first three days of the coloring challenge. Thanks for stopping by.

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