Monday, October 17, 2016

Candy Inspired Coloring


We are currently having an 'Inspired By Your Favorite Candy' Challenge at Incy Wincy Designs. Seeing the Ice Cream Shop image by Polkadoodles, I got my inspiration from the Gingerbread House and all the candy decorations that come with it. My youngest son asked for one last Christmas, and I felt bad that it got sold out pretty fast. We will make one this year for Christmas and Halloween. Yeah, that's right. Target sells a Halloween version of the Gingerbread House which is also sold out at the moment. Can you believe that?

Back to the project, it is such a challenge to color this one. There are too many elements to color, so I got challenged by color choice and the size of the elements. This is the second piece that I am coloring so I was extra careful not to mess it up. I used Copics to color the images. I am not really good in taking note of what colors I used since I tend to just pick the markers from the box, then put it back when I am pulling new ones out.


I added the Magda Polakow critters to complete the scene. I colored the critters with Copics. I fuzzy cut the images. I love the way they fit into the scene by having them look like they are sitting on the stools. I added Ranger Glossy Accents to the eyes.


To add more details to the scene, I stamped the background with clouds from Lawn Fawn Into The Woods stamp set using Simon Says Stamp Sea Glass dye ink. I stamped some grass from Mama Elephant Just Hatched stamp set using SSS Apple Green dye ink. I added some ice cream from LF Party Animal stamp set. I stamped the ice cream, colored it with Copics and fuzzy cut it. (It comes with a matching die which I don't have.) I cut a fence using Cricut Wrap It Up cartridge on a Recollection Woodgrain embossed specialty paper.


For the sentiment, I die cut a red cardstock using Little B Handwritten cutting die. I embossed this using Wow! Ultra Thick clear powder and I adhered this to a white strip of cardstock. I embossed this strip with LF Stitched Borders die. I snipped one edge to create a fishtail banner.

I adhered this panel onto a red cardstock slightly larger to create a mat. I then adhered this to a kraft colored card base.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Have a blessed & brilliant day!

Maria Giselle B.


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4 comments:

  1. Oh this is too cute! Thank you so much for entering our'Anything Goes' challenge Polkadoodles

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  2. Fun scene, fabulous. Thanks for joining us for the ATG challenge at Polkadoodles Craft Challenge.
    Gail Polkadoodles DT
    https://polkadoodle.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Whoops left the comment on the wrong card before but that cards was very beautiful and this one is so cute thank you for joining into our challenge at Polkadoodles Challenge
    Michelle DT

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  4. Wonderful card. Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes Polkadoodles Challenge

    Karon DT, Polkadoodles

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