How to Color a Pumpkin-Gerda Steiner Designs




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Today I’m coloring some pumpkins.  I am using Gerda Steiner Designs Digital Images as well as Happy Fall Clear stamp set.  The pumpkins came from the Halloween cats and more and I also printed the hedgehog with pumpkin.  I resized the pumpkins in 3 different sizes before I printed them out.  That’s the cool thing about digital stamps, you can resize them to fit your needs.  I wanted to create a fall theme so I’m using some textured Ivory card stock and stamped a background using the Impressions and Obsessions  with Kalaidacolor ink pads.  I really like the way the background turned out.  I colored the pumpkin, using my Shinhan Touch twin markers.  I like my pumpkins brownish orange, I think it makes the pumpkins really pop.  I hope you guys enjoyed this and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks again 🙂

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Gerda Steiner Designs May Challenge DT Card

Skunk 2

Skunk 1

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Today I’m sharing a card I made for Gerda Steiner Designs Progressive Challenge.  If you guys are not familiar with this challenge, I advise you to check it out.  Once you purchase an image or a stamp set and you participate in a challenge, nest month Gerda will send you the next months challenge image for FREE.  That’s right, FREE.  Isn’t it awesome?  It’s a great way to start collecting images and her images are so stinkin cute!!!

This months image is the super adorable skunk.  I’ve left the link below for you to check it out.  I printed him out on Neenah Solar White card stock and I used the Specturm Noir markers to color him in.  I added some design paper and cut some things out using different dies.  I do have a Full Tutorial on how I made this card up above so be sure to check it out.  All the supplies I used for this card is listed below if you’d like to check it out.  I thank you guys so much for visiting and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks

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