Friday, June 20, 2008

Friendly Kritter Release!

I went to my copic certification class yesterday, and what do I post today?..... A WATERCOLOR card (lol). I had a lot of fun connecting with some faces on SCS at the certification. I got to meet Susan (aka Rainy), she is so sweet! My friend Theresa and I woke up at the crack of dawn (5am) and headed to Seattle. We stopped in Marysville and joined Marsha and Karolyn, who graciously led us through Seattle traffic and to our destination. The best part was after the class and Marsha showed us around town all the great stamp shopping spots....ooh la la! I did come home with a few goodies!
Today is release day at the Farm for the Friendly Kritters. If you watched my videos you now know that they can be bought unmounted as well as mounted. Wonderful to get that break in cost and space saving too!
Here is a close up of my painting. This is done with the Sakura watercolor paint and my waterbrush.
Here are the rest of the card deets:
Gourd Friends (Friendly Kritters) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Pin Dot (Scrapblocks) by Cornish Heritage Farms
Archival Black (Ranger)
Red Pepper Adirondack Dye Ink (Ranger)
Papaya Medium, Simply Smooth White, Black (Prism)
Watercolor paints and waterbrush (Sakura)
Ribbon (Making Memories)
Sewing Machine


Vicki C said...

Okay.. I'm TOTALLY IMPRESSED girl!! AMAZING work!!!

Sharon said...

Came across your blog while hopping this morning !! What a fantastic selection of cards & other crafts. I had to stop at April as my girls were starving but will definately be back in the future. It has been like reading a very interesting magazine.
Sharon :-)x

Karolyn L said...

As always, absolutely beautiful! I really enjoyed meeting you and Theresa on Thursday. You're just as sweet in "real life" as you are in "virtual life!" But I'm not surprised . . . . Thanks for sharing so much of you and your creativity each and every day.

Susan (rainy) said...

Well it may be watercolored but it is fabulous as always, Sherrie. It was so fun meeting you and Theresa, Karolyn and Marsha. What a wonderful group of ladies!

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retiredheather said...

Wow! Great coloring. I just love this series of stamps. They are so much fun to see. My favorite is still the first one but this one is a cutie.
Retired Heather

Deborah said...

Vibrant and besutiful water coloring Sherrie! Deb