It has been a while since I have played with the Thomas Kinkade stamps. They are so gorgeous and totally worth the time to color! You may not believe me, but I will tell you anyway, they don't actually take THAT long to color once you have done a few of them. Most of the work is done by the stamps. The shading is so detailed on these stamps that basically you can just throw down some color. I used my copic markers to color everything!
The total Thomas Kinkade line can be found at Cornish Heritage Farms. I also used CHF stamps for the background and the sentiment.
I wanted to point out the sentiment. I was thinking how would I fit one in without detracting from the lovely image. I stamped the Kinkade image a second time (in a lighter ink...hazelnut) and then stamped my sentiment over it and glued it on top of my image where it fit. Kind of a cool effect.
Here are the card deets:
Thomas Kinkade Rose Garden (CHF)
Silhouette Blooms II sentiment (CHF)
Canvas Background (CHF)
Espresso, Hazelnut (Adirondack)
Espresso, Suede Brown Light (Prism)
Copic spica glitter pen
Spring moss ribbon (papertrey)