Friday, October 30, 2009

FF Coloring up the Season

*** Second post today***
This weeks Friday Focus over on the newsletter, Latisha is coloring up the Season. Pull out those beautiful copics and color up your season. I choose Christmas and the wonderful Christmas Wreath for my card. I love all the different ways you can color up this wreath. I used the Copic collections sets called Flesh tones 1 and 2, Violet, Sky, and Spring greens. I have cut this wreath out and popped it up on dimensionals as well. The center was the hardest thing to cut out, but I like how it turned out.

For my second card I went with the smaller wreath in the set and did a long and low card. I used the same copic collections but added also R29 copic and some sparkles to the wreath.


Be sure to check out the girls cards:
Cindy
Julie
Latisha
Laura
Leslie
Check back tomorrow for more Sneak peeks from Clear Dollar Stamps Nov. Release. Check the post below this one for my first post today with the CDS Sneaks in it. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

23 comments:

Marisa said...

Love how you put in that triangular corner panel for the wreath card, Stacy. Great colouring of that glorious wreath. The trio of wreathes is wonderful too. Lovely set of cards.

Michelle (sf9erfan) said...

Oh my heavens! This is fantastic girlie. I love the coloring on the first one, looks like it took you a YEAR to color -LOL! Sheer perfection! Hugs,

chercroppin said...

Wowza girl! You are so talented at coloring...I'm loving those wreaths and that touch of blue on the first one...very well done!

Crystal said...

WOW Stacy these are beautiful!!! I just LOVE your wreaths they are gorgeous!!! Beautiful colors!!! WOW!

Barbara said...

Love, love, love both of them, Stacy!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Stacy these are GORGEOUS.

Kerri said...

These are STUNNING, Stacy!!! I LOVE the first card, and you colored that wreath so beautifully!!! I really want that image!

ChristineCreations said...

These are so pretty Stacy. I really like the trio of smaller wreaths card. Lovely coloring too!

auntbeespickles said...

Wow these wreaths are just stunning! Beautiful cards!!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

WOW Stacy these are both GORGEOUS!!! Such awesome designs and your colouring is amazing!!!! LOOOOOVE how you cut out that wreath - looks stunning!!!!

The Rubber Maid said...

Both your cards are just beautiful. And can you ever cut...Wow. Do you give lessons in cutting? That's my worst favorite thing. Great work . Pat

Leslie Miller said...

Fabulous coloring on that wreath, Stacy! Both cards are wonderful designs to fit the stamps, and the paper sets your coloring off perfectly. Love these beauties!

Denise (peanutbee) said...

These are SOOOOO beautiful, Stacy! Love the layouts and papers, and of course your pretty coloring. :)

Have a great weekend!

Shawne said...

Your coloring on that wreath is stunning Stacy!

"Kirby" (KrB) said...

Oh wow, Stacy, these are gorgeous. I do love that set and plan to get it. You did a beautiful job on these.

Karen W said...

Beautiful card, I love this set also and boy you did a great job on cutting out that center, I haven't tried that yet!!

Anonymous said...

Wow these are both stunning! Love the blue on the first card and the second card is fabulous too! I love the layout of the long low card!! The way you did the pearls is awesome and the paper ribbon ends at each end!! Just gorgeous!
Beth Greco

Jane Wetzel said...

Stacy..these are absolutely gorgeous wreaths!

Candy F. said...

Really love that large wreath image and it amazes me that you always make it look great no matter what colors you use.

Kim said...

WOW you got mad cutting skillz :) LOVE how you colored the wreath - so pretty!

Peggy said...

This is fabulous Stacy! I just love this wreath stamp and you have colored it up wonderfully!

Joan Ervin said...

OMG, Stacy...your Christmas cards are absolutely exquisite!!! Such beautiful stamps and your coloring is sooo over the top gorgeous!!!!

Julie Koerber said...

Just beautiful Miss Stacy!! Love that beautiful blue you added for a pop of WOW! :-)