Thursday, January 1, 2009

House Mouse Bunny RN

Hello Everyone. Yep, another card. I have a pile of House Mouse stamps that I want to use for upcoming birthdays and occasions. I've got them prioritised and this one is the first.
It's called Bunny RN and I thought it would be perfect for the Get Well card I wanted.
Image stamped with Archival Black and then coloured with Prismas and solvent. I used my super duper new set of pencils. Wow, it's great to have soooooo much choice with my colours especially all the greys. The sketch I used is SCS SC189 which I felt was just right for a larger stamp.
The blue and brown cardstock seemed to go really well with the coloured image and I love those two colours together. To make the card a bit more feminine I used the lemon ribbon, brads and punched circle. Cardstock is Worldwin and the other bits are from my stash. Punches are Stampin' Up. Oh the get well stamp is a Hero Arts one stamped with Expresso Adirondack ink.
Thanks so much for looking.


Jean said...

Leigh you are mastering the HM colouring beautifully! Great card for the sketch challenge too! I love it.

Maria said...

ooh - how adorable!

Feliz Ano Nuevo!

Anonymous said...

Your coloring is spectacular! Love your card.

Kylie said...

Leigh, Love your house mouse cards and this bunny is sooooo cute!
Great colouring!!!!!!
Take care XX

Wendy Fee - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator said...

Leigh - the colouring on your card is amazing!!!

Best wishes for 2009!

Scrapping Julie said...

absolutely adorable. i love the coloring!!!

Felicia said...

What a cute cute card! I've never seen this image before. That would be so cute for a friend of mine who is a nurse.

Emily (stampingout on SCS) said...

I LOVE this card! I have never seen that house mouse stamp before! I must have it! LOL!

Karen said...

Ohhh Leigh - how did I miss this card! lol It made me smile!

Your colouring is lovely thats for sure!


Maraya said...

I love your coloring on this card, Leigh! Very pretty.

Scrubbysue said... cute. I can relate to this too since I'm a licensed practical nurse...LOL