Thursday, January 6, 2011

True Dude with Fishin' Curtis & Glitter Amanda Panda CPS 199

I hate to say it, but with my husband having surgery I didn't read fully the description of Kraftin' Kimmies Challenge 59 this last time.  I knew that a dude was to be colored and I was excited because I had just ordered Curtis so I waited.  I get irritated when people don't follow the challenge rules and now I'm guilty - sorry to say.  Then when I was looking at the samples of the others and reading their blogs I was wondering why their spouses were coloring the images so I figured I better read the rules better.  Here it is that your dude (husband, son, boyfriend, etc) is suppose to color your dude image - duh.  So I quickly withdrew my card yesterday.  My son has colored with Copics with me and I put this in a blog back on August 25th when my husband took a picture of us.  I talked to my son, and he said, "Let's do this!"  So today I picked him up from school....and this is what he did with Curtis.  He is 14 years old and so independent.  I have my markers in a bin and when he asked for the skin ones I gave him E000 and E00 and he said, "I don't want a pale guy like yours, mine has been fishing all summer so he is tan so he needs more color and no pink cheeks."  So I gave him E11 so his Curtis could have a summer glow.




Creation by:  Trevor
Patterned Paper: Bo Bunny
Cardstock: Bazzil, Recollections, Core-dinations
Buttons: Jo-Ann's Basics
Twine
Markers: Copics
Ink: Memento, Black Tuxedo

While he worked on that, I put the finishing touches on my card for Karen's Doodles Challenge which is Glitter.  I used the digital image Amanda Panda.  My daughter's name is Amanda and while she was growing up we called her that a lot which is why I got the image to begin with.  Since it has a big heart, I thought it would be a perfect one to add glitter to.  Sketch for CPS #199 Part 1 for this week.  I sprayed the flowers with glimmer mist to give them a shine.  The bow has coloring from the Copic Spica marker, and the heart has regular glitter.  Then the Core-dinations paper has the glitter in it also which I love.


Patterned Paper: Bo Bunny, Crush
Cardstock: Bazzil, Core-dinations
Sentiment: G-studio
Ink: Memento, Black Tuxedo
Markers: Copics including Spica
Glitter: Stampadoo
Flowers: Recollections
Glimmer Mist: Gold

8 comments:

Lea L. said...

These are both super cute! Your son did a great job coloring in the image! Thanks for joining us at CPS this week! ♥♥♥

joey said...

Hi

awww these are both gorgeous, your son has a natural talent! love the panda, thanks for joining us at karens doodles

Joey xx

Craftilicious said...

great cards - nice to share your passion with your kids too :-)

Kraftin' Kimmie said...

This is just incredible!!! Trevor, you did an awesome job with your Curtis card and that's EXACTLY the colour I would have used for Curtis' suntanned skin too! You are a real natural artist and I want to thank you for joining us for our Dude challenge!! You're awesome!!

Sprytebyrd said...

Oh, what a fun image to glitter up! Love your Amanda Panda card! Your sons card is awesome, too!
Thanks for joining us at Karen's Doodles this week!
Dee Sprytebyrd's Spot

Sandy Hulsart said...

Your son did a fabulous job on his card and your Amanda Panda card is so sweet. Good luck and thanks for joining in on the fun at Karen's Doodles challenge blog.

Stamping Seasons said...

Isnt it lovely to colour with you son? My youngest daughter often joins me at the tender age of 8.
Your card (and his) are fantastic.
Thanks for joining us at Karens Doodles
Hugs
Tracy

Dot-scrap said...

Ohh how cute your Amanda Panda card is, and such a great idea to color with your son.
Thank you so much for joining us at Karens Doodles challenge blog this week.
Good luck.
Dorte aka dot-scrap