Thursday, February 4, 2010

Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge--Use Wood

When I read this Mo's Digital Pencil challenge  by Dawn, I panicked!  What in the world would I do for this challenge?  Well here is what I came up with:

I decided that the wood floor stamp that I had would be perfect for this image.  I colored the image and the wood floor with copic markers.  Mo always puts so many details in her images...see the kitty in the yarn basket?
I pulled a couple of coordinating papers from the My Minds Eye Delightful pack I have used so much lately..are you tired of it yet?
Added 3 prima flowers with button centers and you have a card made using wood.

Be sure that you check out the other DT members blogs and SHHHH don't tell a soul, but I heard from a reliable source,  Mo is going to have an exciting announcement on Thursday so be sure to keep checking in to find out what it is.  My lips are sealed......

Tomorrow I will have a Phindy's Place Birthday Challenge card for you. 

Thanks for stopping by
Hope to see you tomorrow!!!

Happy Coloring

Cathy

8 comments:

Juls said...

gorgeous image and your colouring is AMAZING!! love how you have inked the edges! Hugs Juls

Dawn B. said...

Ohhhhh I just love this.. It is so precious. The floor is perfect. What an awesome job you did.. That floor looks real...

betty benton said...

Wonderful card! I feel like I'm sitting in a chair just across from them!!

Kristyn said...

Cathy, Thank you so much!! I love your card as well, the floor looks like real hardwood!
:)

Denise @ Paper Gems said...

Cathy,

Your "wood floor" came out great! ..and no waxing! Very nice card and I also like Phindy's images ... the card below is a real cutie!

Elizabeth said...

Gorgeous card and great idea making a floor!!

The Wired Angel said...

I was a little stumped on this challenge also but it came together. You did an awesome job. Thanks for all you do for Mo's challenges each week!

Sheila said...

Cathy, you did an awesome job on this challenge, your wood floor is stunning!!! & I love that Mummu image, reminds me so much of my mum trying to teach me to knit many winters gone :-).
Hugs
Sheila xx