25 July 2011

My "Christmas Mojo" finally arrived!

What can I say, thanks must go to Mo Manning!

Have you guys seen her newest creations - go check them out - they are awesome

Little Elf Min
I was going to make it into a card, but I splurged on several other Mo digi's today, so I fear the urge to colour will win over completing the card!

Happy crafting peeps, undoubtedly I will be back with more so pop back soon


Dorcas said...

Your kraft coloring is awesome Jane!

Ginny said...

your'e as bad as me, I go on a colouring splurge when I get new images too.. at least I have a drawer full to make quick cards with..lol... this is GORGEOUS xoxo

Unknown said...

Love, love, love your amazing colouring on Kraft paper. What a fantastic and fun image to colour.

Dania said...

Oh Jane I'm so sorry....and you know about what.

I've lost track of time and didn't even realize you were home already. I hope you had a awesome stay. I wish there was a way to get email alerts on you blog.

Gramma said...

I don't know how you do it, but I always love how it turns out... Stupendous coloring!

Househund said...

Jane are you ever going to post tutorials... PRETTY PLEASE.
What paper are you using ???
and please dont' tell me you got it on your hols :o(
Were you born with a pencil in your hand.

Jane said...

Oh Ros, don't shoot me, but yep the card came from USA. HOWEVER, whilst in The Range today I picked up some Papermania Kraft card blanks!!!

Annika said...

Your colouring TOTALLY gives me complexes of inferiority!
Really. I couldn't do that hatching/cross-hatching for my life!
And I now need Caran 'Dache Supracolour pencils - am I right thinking those are in theory water-soluble? I need a good selection for more precise work as Prismas are not so great at detail sometimes, Have you tried Coloursoft by Derwent? Or Derwent artist range? Or Faber-Castell Polychromos (have some of those, good pigment but I'd like them to be a little bit softer...)
OMG, sorry, I just realized I've been rambling here for ages! lol
Just keep colouring and putting up your work, please - it's amazingly inspiring to pop in here. In my books you're one of THE best colourists around!!! Love the fact you are not limited to one media only, the way you experiment with layering, shading, colour-mixing etc.
AND I'm totally jealous but that's not very noble so lets forget I've ever said that, lol

Jane said...

My goodness Annika, wow, thanks! I've sent you an email re pencils - hope it helps ~ Jane