Our lovely challenge is to help inspire you to try out Lyra Rembrandt Polycolour pencils - if you've never tried these amazingly lush pencils then check out all the links at the top of the page on the blog to find out more. They are top quality pencils which need minimum blending - if you're a Polychomo/Prisma fan you really need to check them out because we have all switched from those brands because we find Lyra's much faster to work with, easier to blend and superb colours and lightfastness that is superior to most of the others on the market - and they're an amazing price too!
Our challenge is Anything Goes and you can use any product would love to see your entries http://thepencilcases.blogspot.co.uk/.
Here's my inspiration from our lovely sponsor Polkadoodles, this cutie is from the Sticks and Bones Collection http://www.polkadoodles.co.uk/sticks-bones-mammoth-dinosaur-download-bundle-digital-collection/ and she's Walk the Dinosaur Girl, of course because Dinos need a lot of excercise to grown big and strong and fight off the TRex's.
Coloured with Lyra Rembrandt pencils
Skin 80, 82, 87, 02, 32, 02, 01
Bone 97, 96, 95, 01
Hair 92, 91, 70, 83, 02
Outfit 15, 13, 09
Earrings 87, 83, 84, 06, 21
Dino 71, 58, 70, 84, 02, 01
Papers from the collection with a little distressing and inked with Antique Linen.
Bones from my doggies treats, honest he didn't mind!!
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Hi this is a wonderful card I love the image you have used. Take care. Hugs JackieReplyDelete
great card, the image is so much fun, love the hair on the girlReplyDelete
Beautifully coloured image, fabulous card.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic little image..and I seriously LOVE the use of doggy treats as embellishments lol. Beautiful colouring technique too. Thank you for joining us at Crafting When We Can Challenges :D XXXReplyDelete
Adorable image, great card and love the bones!!ReplyDelete
Welcome Helen! Lovely, lovely make! Amazing colouring and those doggie treats are genius! I thought they were buttons!! My dogs would have them off there quick smart!! :) xxxReplyDelete
Thank Jane, had to steal them from the dog before he realised else I'd have had some doggie goober on my card!! xxDelete
Great card Helen, she looks so cute walking the dog and a stroke of genius to use the dog treats. The string fits in perfectly with the theme of the card.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us at Crafting When We Can Challenges. :-) xx
Fab, funky & beautifully coloured Helen xReplyDelete
Love this adorable card Helen xx JanReplyDelete
You've used one of my favorite Polkadoodle images. This is so cute! Great coloring with your Lyras, too. Thanks for joining us this month at Great Impressions Stamps. Julie, DT memberReplyDelete