Tuesday 16 April 2024

Passion For Markers Challenge 735 - Check It Out

 Hi Crafters,

We have a new challenge starting today at Passion For Markers where we would like to see your creations using Checks, Gingham or Tartan.

Here is my card using James Bear.

This cute image is from Lili of the Valley and is called James Big Sign. I have coloured him using Copics and added a Dixi Craft die cut sentiment to his sign. The papers are from my stash along with the enamel dots and the frames are Tonic Studio Scalloped dies.

As you've guessed our sponsor this week is
who are offering 4 digital images to the lucky winner.

Why not take a look at the rest of the Design Teams creations HERE for inspiration and then join in with us. You have one week to enter as many new projects as you like, don't forget to link your blog post to the challenge too and follow the theme.
Have fun!



crafty-stamper said...

Love the pretty papers,cute image and great colouring,
Carol x

dutchess said...

Hi Lorraine love this image one of my favourites…your colouring is ace!…..take care xxxx

meg said...

You can't beat James the bear,he's a fabulous character Lorraine,great colouring,papers and layout

coldwaters2 said...

Adorable and so cute I love this image of James coloured beautifully I love the background papers a super card Lorraine
lolo x

Gail said...

He is so sweet!
You've colored him so nicely, and I love the background papers!

brenda said...

Very sweet Lorraine, ginghams always add such a lovely fresh feel to a card.

B x

Lorraine said...

I love James - he looks fab. A gorgeous card layout and colour combination too.
Lorraine x

cuilliesocks said...

James is just so sweet, it's a beautiful card Lorraine, love the use of the gingham too, Kate x

Sarah said...

James and gingham, two of my favourite things!! A gorgeous card xx

Lisa said...

James Bear looks absolutely adorable on your card! The coloring with Copics is so vibrant and charming, and the Dixi Craft die cut sentiment adds a perfect touch. The combination of papers from your stash and the Tonic Studio Scalloped dies for the frames creates a lovely composition. Great job!

Linby said...

Love how you did the background to mirror the DP - amazing colouring.