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Blessings In Abundance

Tia's Tip: Not all sentiments reflect what you want to say, so try writing them yourself! Now no English poetry writing flash backs needed. Reflecting on what you want to say to the recipient is just as impactful as using someone else's words.



Hi Crafters, today I'm featuring a card that I have up on Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge : http://mosdigitalchallenge.blogspot.com/ . As a Patreon member of Mo's, we receive exclusive digital images from her, and "Autumn Harvest" was one we received the end of August 2021.


The Project:



As stated in my November 4th "Ode to Sally", I am a fan of the digital program Pixlr: https://pixlr.com/. I used Pixlr to not only duplicate and flip to achieve 4 children from one base image, but I also used it's text feature to design the sentiment on this card. Trust me-it's nice to be able to create your own crisp-clean looking sentiments to reflect what you want your card to say.


COPIC Colors Used:

From Left to Right:

Boy 1: Skin-E21; E13 Hair-E43;E44;Y26 Clothes:B93;B95;YG06;G03;C2

Girl1:Skin-E13;E15;E35 Hair-E44;E47 Clothes-RV11;RV13;E31

Girl2:Skin-E11;E21 Hair-YR10;YR24;YR18; Clothes-YG95;G99;Y18

Boy2:Skin-E35;E57;E29; Hair-T5;T7;100 Clothes:B21;B34;C2

Crates: E42;E43;E44;E57

Ground:E44;YG03;YG17

Sky:BG01; B000


Hope you practice putting together a few of your own card sentiments. Best of luck!

-Tia




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