8 May 2011

Pikes Playground Challenge - "Dudley and his Power Wheels"

 
I have a recipe for you today

 you will need:

# Dustin Pike's Dudley and his Power Wheels Freebie (click HERE)
# Colouring of your choice - pencils/paints/crayons etc
# A pinch of imagination
# A spoonful of creativity

mix it all together
 and post your creation HERE

Go on, have a go, I love visiting your blogs & seeing all your wonderful creations


To get those creative juices flowing here is my version, and as you can see I used my pencils (Caran D'Ache Supracolor Soft) on Dudley.

Image: Dustin Pike freebie
Paper: Basic Grey Wander
Colouring: Pencils (see above)
Additional: Quickutz die, Wordart by Elegant Word Art, sewing machine, chalk ink

Happy cooking, oops, I mean crafting!!!

8 comments:

Dorcas said...

Yup! Just lovin these cute dragon stamps! Love the stitching too and your coloring is simply fab. You also have the perfect paper for the perfect image. Just love it. :-)

designsfromwithinbycharlotte said...

Jane, I love this card! Your coloring is always spot on girl whether it's pencils or copics! love the background dp too! Awesome job!
Hugs,
Charlotte

Magento Themes said...

Adorable card!!! This is just darling...
I love way you colored this cute Dragon..This background paper is so elegant. Did you use pencils for this great image...Its really excellent job..
Thanks for this great post.Magento Themes

Stephanie said...

Adorable sentiment. As the proud mom of a 4 year old son, yes it was!

I love the colouring and the staining on the frame border.

Dania said...

Love the stitching around the card. AND as alway great coloring - as only you can. :)

Denni said...

Too CUTE!! LOVE those pencils girl! :D

Househund said...

You know how much I love my Copics..
But your skills with a pencil are amazing.
Love the grain on Dudley, what paper are you currently using Jane?
You always choose just the right backing paper.

Boxofcolours said...

Thank you for all the kind words - I am definitely loving using my pencils again!!

To answer your question Ros, I am currently using Craft Creations Creative Smooth - I always used to work in pencil on Cartridge Paper, but it didn't like the printer ink. It is perhaps a tad too smooth, it does smudge if I'm not careful, but I blast it with hairspray when I'm done to fix it.

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