I'm playing catch up folks. I know I've been a little quiet on the blog. I've taken up some wool applique quilting. I love the texture of that medium and as you know I love color so it's another great outlet for me. I took a break from my Santa table runner to bring another colorful card to you. It's somewhat motivated by my new quilting friends. I chose to use a quilters square pattern for the background. This cutie is a Mo Manning image released in rubber through Stamping Bella called Painter Meg. She's heading to my young neighbor who is celebrating her birthday. She's a regular in my craft room - she loves my markers and papers...a girl after my heart.
I colored Meg onto Bella's Bestest paper with a combination of copics and prismacolor pencils blended with gamsol. Cardstock is Bazzil and yes, there is Bella's Kraft in there too! Design paper is Happy Day by My Mind's Eye - I thought the bright colors would suit this image and Riley's love of orange and color beautifully. Clouds were cut using a Memory Box die. The sentiment comes with the image and I just framed it with cardstock.
Drats - I still had this in the original packaging before I colored her and now she's not in the shop! There are plenty other Mo images that would fit this sketch easily.
Phew - hope you have a Happy Halloween. And I'll be back tomorrow for our Bellariffic Sketch challenge. Thanks for stopping by.