Tuesday, 12 July 2011

LOTV notelets

My bloggy friend Sandra sent me some gorgeous stamped images, and unable to sleep yesterday morning, I was colouring in at 5am. I like to have a little selection of notelets to hand and Sandra sent me four images all the same in amongst the vast selection so I had a little production line going whilst someone else here was still in the land of nod......ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzz:


I know the image is LOTV and think it's called Teddy With Flower - how cute is he?! Coloured using Pro Markers, and I used an ultra-fine PM nib for the flowers stem which works just great! Then just a little bit of Grape coloured Stickles on the butterflies, layered onto olive green card and then onto plain white card stock. Perfect for notelets - and so enjoyable to colour! I think a visit to LOTV's website is called for - dangerous though!

Di
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10 comments:

  1. So cute, LOTV are always so adorable aren't they! We need to find a word other than "colouring in" as my brother makes me sound like a 4 year old! Any suggestions ladies and gents?

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  2. Awww - you've made a lovely card with the bear image Di. FAB colouring too.

    Sorry, Karen, can't think of another term for "colouring-in" as so I guess we'll all just have to sound like 4 year olds! LOL!

    Hugs, Sandra

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  3. He is cute isn't he? I think your colouring in is beautiful, and I'm happy to join you at the four-year-old's table. Even as a child the present I loved at Cristmas was a zip up case full of new pens, and they still do it for me. There are just so many different kinds to use now.
    I know I would have had to give the sunflower a brown centre. It's a good thing we all see things differently isn't it? Kate x

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  4. Getting up at silly hour is what I call real devotion :-) Cute little bear.
    A x

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  5. Hi Kate, I dithered about the centre being brown too :) Maybe it's a chrysanthemum? Tee, hee!! Di x

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  6. WOW That's fabulous how lucky of you to receive this great image:) Sandra H

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  7. Sometimes, five in the morning is the best time to craft here... it's about the only time it's peaceful and quiet!
    Two words for that image...
    Utterly Adorable!

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  8. I have this image too - you inspired me to do some colouring in, not done it for years - very theraputic

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  9. How adorable. I'm sure they will come in handy and be appreciated by the receiver. I can’t come up with anything either so I’ll just say your coloring is brilliant.
    Hugs
    Bernie

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  10. S'even better in real life folks. xxxx

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