Sunday, October 14, 2012

Royal Hugs with TSQ


 
Hi everyone, 
 
  It's my day at the Castle! Theresa has selected me to be the Featured Designer and I will be showcasing her Royal Pain stamp set.  When I tell you that  I love this set of stamps, I really do!!! I didn't own a set of Get Well stamps, so these are perfect!


 
Well, I am starting a new crafting adventure using Spectrum Noir Markers. I had used Little Miss Beanie Anya before in one of my past post, so I decided to try her again using the Spectrum Noir markers. I had no intentions of making her into a card, but she looked so pretty to me, what do you think? I would love to read your suggestions on how to improve and also whats the best card stock or paper to use for markers? 
 
I hope you have enjoyed my card, make sure you head over to The Royal Castle Shoppe , Theresa  has a wide variety of other great products for your crafting convenience.
 
Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

12 comments:

girlia said...

She is so adorable Melissa. Great job on coloring her.

CRAZY4 CHRIST said...

So cute, I am also looking at buy the spectrum noir markers, i was going to start by getting the skin tone ones (which colours did you use on this card?)
Kristan
sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

snappy scrappy said...

So darn cute...love that olive colour! Lee-Ann :)

Susie Craft Happy! said...

Great coloring!! This is the cutest card!!

Susie

Adrian said...

So cute, u did a super job!

Esther said...

Wow, this is a gorgeous monochromatic card!!!
Just beautiful!!!

Missy said...

this is so cute, your coloring looks fabulous and the border is so elegant!!! (PS You will NOT regret adding the Silhouette to your studio!!!)

Jovan said...

Super cute!

lovemypaper said...

Super cute!

Gwen said...

So cute!, I love your coloring on this, great job!!

Felicia - Scrapper in the Making said...

This is really cute. You did a Great Job. I'm trying various papers I got on SSS. Neenah White, SSS Stamper's Select, Water color paper. You have to see what works for you, but I've found the thickness of the paper help coloring with markers better especially when you color over and over the image. Hope that helps, still practicing at it myself. Smooches...

Yoshira aka cricutalltime said...

Beautiful card.Love it.Great colors and perfect tied bow.Congrats on your new collection.I use gerogia-pacific 110 cardstock from Walmart.It is 100 sheets for less than 5.00.I find great tips at http://www.spectrumnoir.com/.Hope it helps you.And if you learn something new let us know.