Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tuesday Morning Sketches #388

Hello & very  happy Tuesday to you!  This week at Tuesday Morning Sketches we have another revisited sketch challenge.  This week I picked one of my own (not really like me) sketches for us to use.  I choose this based on participation and the timing of it - not really at all because it was my sketch - I promise - lol. 

Our sponsor this week is A Day for Daisies.  We are thrilled to have them back as a sponsor this year.  The digital images are so sweet, with the look of hand penned drawings.  The prize is $12 shopping credit that is good for 3 images of the winners choice.



I printed the Flowers in a Bottle image on Close to My Heart Watercolor Paper (cut down to 8.5 x 11 of course) and it worked really well with alcohol markers in addition to regular watercolor paint.  I just loved coloring this ever so pretty image!  Just four cards today because the coloring took me a little while - but wow it's so therapeutic.  I bet you can tell exactly what ones were watercolors vs markers.  Such a great look either way even if I do say so myself.

I really hope you have a chance to check out what our team created and to create with us also!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Debbie
Janice 
Jenée
Melissa
Wanda














6 comments:

  1. Your flowers are super pretty in every color! I just love how you flipped the sketch!

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  2. You had lots of fun with this image, didn't you? ALL of the cards (and variations) are just wonderful. Made me smile to see all of them. Good job!

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  3. oh Wow!! 4 beauties!! Can't decide my favorite?? It's a toss up between the pink and blue! Great job!

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  4. Love that your turned the sketch. Looks great with this country image. I also really like the pleating you added. Feels so Aunt Bee.

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  5. These are all wonderful!! Great sketch! :)

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  6. The variety of colors is wonderful, and who couldn't love all those flowers in the bottles? Great image and design, and I love the ribbon and button accents on each one!

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