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Friday, June 3, 2016

Little Darlings


Finally sharing the cute red head I colored a few weeks ago. This image is from Little Darlings, and is colored with various alcohol markers.

The stamping on the background comes from Stampin Up and Simon Says Stamp. The main image doesn't come with a sentiment, so I've used one from the same SSS set, and made it into a banner.

I admire those who color so beautifully with alcohol markers, they really are artists. Not sure they are the right fit for me, as I've been using them for about two years, and haven't advanced much!! But, it's still fun to do, and I won't stop!

And I love sharing my makes here on my blog, and I get very mixed emotions of the lack of visitors and comments. I've had this blog for almost 6 years, and the attention has slacked off to almost nothing. Even my pinterest board gets hardly any repins. I keep posting anyway, but sometimes I go in my craft room to make something, and then I get the 'well, what's the point?' attitude, and don't craft at all. I have boxes and boxes of cards that just sit there, and I'm kinda getting burnt out on them. I've tried a few other things to try and spark my interest like journals and ATC's, but it's the same as making cards to me.

So maybe soon I'll find something else to do with my paper crafting. I have loads of supplies, it's a shame not to put them to good use. Maybe someone will give me a few suggestions. And I don't do digital crafting. I have no program to use.

Thank you for visiting, and reading what's been on my mind!


2 comments:

Trisha Magnus said...

Hi! I found you from Unity :) I Love how you colored this little girl :) What did you use for her hair specifically? It's a wonderful shading of reds. Love it!

Meggymay said...

Its a darling card Pam, she is coloured beautifully. Not sure what to say to help how you are feeling. Hang on in there. Your cards are always so fresh and beautifully made, so keep going. I stopped making as many cards, but always find a home for my unused ones, in a Charity shop for them to sell for funds.
Just a thought, do you make scrapbook pages?
Yvonne xx