Thursday, December 29, 2011

Saffron

Another Update: Finally on the better side of things and thank goodness for modern day medicine! Not only do I feel better, they also rename "The Death Rattle" to so something less scary such as "crackling." Now if only the flu had been removed before I came home. :D Alas, one thing after another.

Update: I've come down with a sudden case of pneumonia and will return when feeling better. In the mean time, have a Happy New Year!

We're having a special preview of Saffron over at Little Miss Muffet Stamps that you don't want to miss out on! CLICK HERE for some fantastic inspiration!!!

I wish I had more pictures of my project but I've left my camera somewhere in a "safe place!" LOL So, I have just a scan of the image today and tomorrow I'll come back in and insert some better pictures.


My daughter also had fun coloring Saffron! We both used pencils on kraft paper.


... stay tuned. :D

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful colouring Barbara! Love this cutie!!

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  2. I always have to print an image for my daughter as well. She did a great job

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  3. Love them both. The reflection in the ice that your daughter made is so cute. Your colouring is supreme of course.

    Don't you just love pencils on kraft, such a fun change.

    I used a mix of colours on my skin. I updated my post so you could get the numbers. Hope that helps.

    Hope you had a wonderful Holiday!

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  4. Hi Barbara! i love the look with pencil on kraf, i need to try!
    i'm excited to see the entire card...
    hugs
    céline

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  5. Absolutely *love* the effect of coloring on kraft paper. I wish I had the guts to try it. Beautiful job by your daughter as well!! Great to see the wee ones joining in the fun.

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  6. Love Saffron and love your coloring of her on the kraft!!

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  7. What a sweet image. I love the coloring. TFS.

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  8. Oh no Barbara! I hope you feel better soon. Take care of yourself and get lots of fluids and rest.
    Saffron is adorable and you are so sweet to offer her as a freebie. Hope to see the finished project when you are feeling better. Your snippet is fabulous as always.
    Happy New Year!

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  9. Gorgeous pencil colouring Barbara! I love the extra folds you have added in to the jacket! I hope you get better soon!

    Your daughter's version is fabulous too!

    Arabella

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  10. Oh she is just perfect!!! Thanks for the stamp!! xx

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  11. I absolutely love your colouring of Saffron, she looks fabulous! Congratulations to your daughter too, fantastic job! I hope you are better, sending you lots of hugs Delphine xx

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  12. Finally made it here Barbara, Happy New year and I truly hope you are starting your way to feeling a little better even though it will be a slow process.

    Saffron is an adorable image and I love what you have done with her.

    Hugs Shirley x x

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  13. Happy New Year to the other half of the team (just between you and me I think your colouring is much better than mummy's) lol

    Hugs Shirley x x

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  14. Wow, this looks amazing, doll! Your dear daughter's looks pretty good too! ;O)

    XXX

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  15. I can't believe you put such work and attention to detail in all of your cards. They're precious! Thanks for sharing them with us. We should totally Skype sometime!

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  16. I pray that you get to feeling better soon!

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  17. Beautiful - I love the look of pencils on craft. Sorry to hear you're poorly - hope you are feeling better soon! x

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  18. Oh no dear~~do get better!! will be thinking of you:) Love Saffron~~colored brilliantly as usual :)
    BLessings

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  19. Glad to hear, via the Make it Crafty group, that you are on the mend. Though I'm no longer on the SBS DT I enjoy talking with you and your lovely creations of course.

    Feel better, Barbara! ((hugs))

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