Saturday, August 11, 2012

Hello, My Name Is Winner

I recently was picked as a winner from Sassy Studio Designs, so I had my choice of two digital stamps. This card features one of them.

I'm not very skilled at coloring, so I usually just print out the digital stamp and add details to it, such as the orange skirt & twine belt that she sports.

Are you good at coloring in digis? What's your medium of choice?

This card was submitted to these challenge blogs.
See below for details. Also, don't forget to join us at Tuesday Alchemy for a game of BINGO!


Karons Krafty Korner said...

I love your card. I have only recently been colouring some digis and have been using the pencils and gamsol technique. Its working well and enjoying it. My 11 year old daughter actually said "aren't you too old to be colouring" LOL. Happy crafting.

Rose said...

Corrinne, your Effie Trinket image looks fabulous on this wonderfully simple card. It's a pleasure to see your work. So glad to see your entry at the Crafts and Me Stamps' digi team's Use a Digi challenge. Hugz, ~ Rose

Michelle Looi said...

Cute card and the addition of the ribbon!

Fluffles said...

A lovely image & a great card - and a lovely skirt too! My colouring medium is Promarkers - I have quite a few now, not the full set though & I built up my collection gradually by looking at stamps & deciding what I needed most, ie, skin tones, hair colours, greens for plants, blues for skys etc. I wouls also say that I find them much easier to use than paints or pencils as they are easier to blend in my mind! Hope this helps, but in the mean time I think you are doing grand just as you are. Thanks for joining us at an OBAG, & hope to see you back soon, Jx

Pauline said...

Fab card!
Thanks for joining us at The Ribbon Reel this week!

Jeanne J said...

What clever ways to make your image stand out without coloring! Well done and so sweet!

Margaret said...

Great card! I love the fun ribbon with the orange skirt! Such great details to bring out this image!

Helen said...

Sweet card - love the touch of yellow!
Thanks for playing with us at Oldie but a Goodie!
Helen x