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Hi!  Woohoo, another day, another card and another post!  Yes, my kids are all done with summer school!  No more crazy driving schedule so it's been a bit more relaxing.  I stayed up later than usual to finish this card for Tiddly Ink's Challenge #91 which is a sketch and MarkerPop's Challenge #3 which is Black & White or Sepia.  I think this is my very first time coloring an image totally black and white.  I wasn't going to participate in the challenge cause I was nervous coloring but thought I should give it a try and jump right in.  And I think I like the results so I may try it again.

I printed out Tiddly Ink's Somebunny loves you Wryn and sentiment.  Then just colored with my cool gray and black Copics.  I didn't think I'd use the bunny and carrot Doodlebug papers but glad I saved them.  I used my Perfect Layers rulers to mat the papers and the sentiment too.

I added some Stickles to Wryn's bunny ears, hair pin and the letter Os in the sentiment.  Added some stitch detailing with my Copic multiliner as well.  I have to say I love how cute Wryn and those bunnies are!

I'll be back with another short post tomorrow!  Thanks for reading!


Super Cute! Love the Dp and Black and White image.
Hugs, Dangina
Denice said…
There's no way you're a novice at black and white 'cuz you did an awesome job on this image! Great DP choices too.
Lorraine said…
Beautifu black & white coloring, Eva! You're a natural!
Cheryl said…
Cute card! I like your coloring, looks like a b&w photo even! And cute paper!
mforquer said…
This is beautiful! I'm so glad you joined us at Tiddly Inks and MarkerPop! I think your black and white coloring is truly beautiful and I love your cute papers!!!
Cute card Eva! I'm loving the monochrome Wryn!
Gorgeous card Eva. The black and white image is awesome. Good luck on the challenge.
Alyce said…
This is gorgeous Eva! I really love how you have coloured her up in the black and's funny but she really does pop against the coloured background! Thanks for playing at tiddlyinks this week too :D
RiNNE said…
I think you did a fab job! Isn't trying new techniques refreshing?
Rachel Parys said…
Oooo, me likey your black/white! She looks adorable! And that bunny paper, it's fantastic!!! Very cute card!
Leanne said…
hehehe, this is super cute! love the black and white, you should definitely do it more often cause you rock anything you color! love that paper!! it's so cute and ties in so well with Wryn! Cute! Cute! Cute!
Loopylou. said…
squeee eva!! this is just perfect hunny!! that bunny paper is so very adorable and wryn looks stunning
Thank you so much for playing along with the Tiddly Inkers this week
hugs Lou xxx
Marie Gamber said…
what a sweet card! Your black and white coloring is just wonderful!
Thank you for joining us at MarkerPop!
Marie XX
Barb said…
beautiful! such a sweet image :)
Nikki said…
Love Love LOVE this..... such an amazing job.... :)
Pop's Cards said…
HI sweetie, this is a stunning creation, thank you so much for joining us at Tiddly Inks this time, big hugs love pops x x x
Marlena Peduzzi said…
This is just fabulous! I love the way you colored the image! So glad you could join us at Tiddly Inks!
Cheryl Valadez said…
Wow! Great coloring! Love this! Thanks for joining us at Tiddly Inks! Hugz, Cheryl

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