Sunday, July 17, 2022

Cards for Kids for The Paper Players #600

 Hello, and welcome! Isn't it amazing - SIX HUNDRED challenges at the Paper Players! This talented and delightful group of stampers has been creating cards to inspire us through 600 weeks! Not sure how many years it is exactly. It is a lot.

Today Ann has chosen our theme of Kards for Kids for our CAS challenge. 

I stamped this sweet girl from the Hello Bluebird stamp set onto watercolor card stock, colored her with Copics and then created a mask to place over her. 

 Stamping the sand in Wild Honey Distress Oxide inks gave a hint of a scene. I brushed watercolor in swaths for the sky and completed the card with a sentiment.

Loving all that white space! I sure hope you'll join us in this fun challenge. I can't wait to see what you make! Have a wonderful week! 

Be yourself

          Have delight in your craft 

               Make something beautiful!  

Supplies used: 
Stamps: Hello Bluebird - Seaside Girls stamps; Inkblot - Get Grounded, SSS - Uplifting Thoughts


Ann Schach said...

What a cutie patootie, Cindy! This card will bring a smile to anyone's face, young or old! Your masking skills are amazing, and she is so sweetly colored. Thank you for making my challenge shine. Have a fabulous week!

Claire Broadwater said...

Oh, I just love this little cutie! Makes me long for a day at the beach! Your coloring is fabulous! Such a sweet sentiment and a great reminder to be kind1 I love it! Have a great week! SO happy you joined us at The PP!

Jennie Maier said...

What a cute card! Great job with the coloring too! Perfect for the kid challenge! Have a great week!

Lisa Elton said...

What a darling card! Love the bit of sky and sand you added!

laurie said...

Shes a sweetie!! What an adorable card for the challenge!

Joanne James - The Crafty Owl said...

Cindy this little cutie is the perfectly CAS beach babe - I love the sand and sky detail, they are just the right amount of detail for your summer scene.

Jaydee said...

Cindy, this is adorable! And what a perfect sentiment! Love the details you added and it's beautifully colored

Christy Lynn said...

This is adorable, Cindy! Your sweet little girl makes me think of the art of Joan Walsh Anglund--my mom had a set of six prints that she'd decopaged onto wood pieces and they hung in her kitchen for years. Love how you colored your little girl image, especially her hair--I still need practice with that!

LeAnne said...

Such a sweet watercolored girl, and those swaths you created behind her are AMAZING! I would have made a big mess of it!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Such a sweet card, Cindy! This is sure to bring a smile to someone's day. As always, your coloring is gorgeous!