Saturday, January 30, 2016

From the Heart Stamps - January Challenge

I've just started playing with digital stamps, and found a great site with adorable images:  fromtheheartstamps.  This image, Cozy Kittens, is perfect for a valentine for my granddaughter.  I'm no coloring expert, but enjoyed trying.  I hope she likes it.



Check out other cards made with this image at:  From the Heart Stamps Free Stamp of the Month Progressive Challenge

6 comments:

KT Fit Kitty said...

OMGoodness, these kitties are so adorable! I love the way you coloured them! Thank you for visiting my blog and for the sweet comment! I like the name of your blog!

jean said...

Oh this is stunning, love your colouring xx

Brenda said...

This is a darling card...perfect for a little girl! I so glad you found us at From the Heart Stamps. I'm really glad you decided to play along with our Stamp of the Month Challenge. Hope to see you again next month!!

libleycraftsblog.com said...

This is just gorgeous! I love how you have coloured these sweet little kitties! Thank you for joining us at from the Heart Stamps in our progressive Stamp of the Month challenge. See you next month!

Wilma said...

Thank you all for your comments! I think I'm going to enjoy this new community!

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

You may not consider yourself a colouring expert but you did a beautiful job with them. Lovely card Wilma.

When you left a comment on my blog you had mentioned that you are just getting started with digital stamps and had asked if I use a special program for doing digital paper piecing? I use Photoshop Elements 12. If you don't have photoshop I know there is a free program out there called Gimp that should work as well. It takes a bit of time and work to accomplish--for example I had to create a new file for each section of paper piecing but the end results are definitely worth the effort. It was fun being able to apply 'fur' textures to the cats and material textures to the scarves. Additionally, with a collection of scrapbooking papers you can add 'wallpaper' to the background of an image or use a pattern or even a simply background to create a sky. It is also great to be able to create clothing from material textures! So many fun ways to explore digitally. I often do a lot of hybrid projects as well where I might digitally piece in a sky and add some grass with a brush and use a background for someone's dress, then print it out and colour in the rest. There is nothing stopping you but the limits of your imagination.

Good luck!
☺ Lisa D.
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