Monday, 10 March 2008

High Hopes Leo

Thank you to everyone who left messages for Zoe. She was thrilled with them and was also a little embarrassed that her picture was on my blog! She had a great time with all her friends at her bowling party.


This stamp is by High Hopes and is called Leo. The papers I have used are handmade and are from Lakeland. I stamped my image using Versafine Black Onyx. I used my Prismacolour pencils to colour Leo with use of Sansador and Stumps for blending. Accessories used: - Brads & Prima Flowers. The Happy Birthday sentiment is by Funstamps.

You may have also noticed my new Banner. This stamp is also by High Hopes and is called Emily's Snuggle Bunny. Just thought this was so appropriate for my blog name. If you scroll down my blog you will see there is a link to High Hopes on the right-hand side.

12 comments:

Justine said...

Hi Nikki, love the leo card! Can I just ask?... when using prisma pencils, what medium do you use and also do you use a paintbrush?

Justine x

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Hi Justine, Will update the information on my main page.. should have said I use Sansador and stumps to blend the Prisma's. Nikki x

Justine said...

thanks Nikki. Have a good day!
Justine x

Enfys said...

Hi Nikki, love your blog, this card is just great with those bright colours.

Heidi said...

What a nice card. I just love the lion. Wonderful colors

angeljakki said...

really cute card. Leo is lovely

Catherine said...

he's too cute! love the card

Ila said...

Your card is Gorgeous Nikki!...I love the way you colored Leo and all the backgrounds!!

Claudia said...

FANTASTIC awesome coloring loove the lion

Joan and Amy said...

Wonderful card. I love his "cage" or "jungle" and the orange paper is fantastic. Joan

Linda (UKS Gadget Monkey) said...

Gorgeous colours, really vibrant. How did you get the coloured bit so bright over green card??

Bunny-Zoe's Blog said...

Hi Linda, Thank you for all your lovely comments. I cut around Leo and picked a vibrant green from my Prismacolour Pencils which matched his grass backing paper to outline him. Nikki x