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That is the perfect image for a kids card! You did a great job coloring him. I bet he is magical in real life with the twinking H2O's and glitter!

You have such great stamps! This card is perfect of a kid's card. It makes me smile.

Cute, cute stamp! He's colored so nicely too! I'm reminded of the childhood song, "Puff, the Magic Dragon... lived by the sea." Do you know it? :)

Excellent work my friend!

Hi, Daria! What a fabulous stamp! Love your smokin' dragon! The coloring with the watercolors looks fantastic! :-)

Dragons are so cutea and this one wins the prize. I am go glad you got the opportunity to share him with us. Love him. He makes me laugh. Your coloring is great and I like the mediuim you used.

Thanks for playing in my challenge

I'm glad to took the challenge, too!!! I just ADORE that Dragon!! hee hee

Project - SOF11 Children's Cards Challenge
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Project - SOF11 Children's Cards Challenge
by djc
posted 10/10/11 at 12:45 PM
Galleries: Stamping

I've had this stamp for a long time, and I love it. I tried coloring it once with pencils, and was disappointed. This time I tried Twinkling H2Os, and I'm happy with the results. Ann, thank you for the challenge. Without it, who knows how long this image would have remained idle on the shelf.

#1. aprox. 5 7/8“ square
#2. aprox. 5 6/8” x 5 7/8“
Bazzill Cardstock

Stampa Rosa (1994) Dragon
140-lb. hot press watercolor paper
Versafine Onyx Black Ink
Ranger's Clear Superfine Embossing Powder
Twinkling H2O's (Key Lime, Mallard Green, Guatemalan Green, Copper Penny)
Spica Clear Glitter Pen (teeth and toenails–almost invisible even IRL)
Distress Ink (Tumbled Glass)

I plan to write on the inside: ”I'm ready. What's taking you so long?"

I made this for lickeyan's Childrens' Cards Challenge, but now that I see them, I think they'd be nice cards to make anyone smile.


1/17/12, ETA: I found the perfect sentiment stamp to go with this dragon image. It's by Judith. I just needed to mask the sentiment. Of course, the first time I stamped it, I forgot to remove the mask. Why do I persist in doing that? I posted both the original version and the masked one that I used inside of the card. I stamped the sentiment with Versafine Onyx Black Ink and embossed it with Ranger Clear Superfine EP. I colored it with Tombow Markers (993, 905, 077, N00). I used Tumbled Glass Distress Ink to ink the edges. TFL. Daria

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