Thursday, November 5, 2009

Purchased this cute little girl with dog singing Jingle Bells last week from

This is my first card with digital image instead of a real, hold in my hand, rubber stamp.  I was hesitant to try this but found it to work just great. 

I printed the image on white cardstock and colored it with Prisma pencils and used Gamsol to blend the colors.  I'm not really good at this but I've studied several tutorials on different blogs and  decided to give it a try.  Lots of fun!  I'd like to figure out how to print on 110lb. cold pressed water color paper since that is my favorite for stamps to be colored by hand.  It holds up well and can absorb a lot of water. 

Hope you enjoy this little card.  If you have questions just email me or leave a question in the comments.  If you really love it, it's for sale at  Thanks for stopping by.


Stamps: Mo's Digital Pencil
Paper: Cloud9Design - Stocking Stripe, Bazzill cardstock
Ink: Computer, Ranger Distress Ink
Accessories: Prisma Pencils, Wal-Mart Ribbon, Cuttlebug machine, Spellbinders diecuts


  1. Brenda ADORABLE! I'm so glad you found my digital illustration fun to work with! I can see by your blog that you have a great talent with paper crafts and you have just added a whole new technique to your repertoire! I added your blog to my sidebar. I hope you'll join my Paper Craft Planet group (the link is in my blog sidebar) if you haven't found it yet -- lots of amazing talent there (and yes, freebies!)


  2. That's so cute! I just love how Bronte the dog is singing along!