Hi every one and good morning to you all!
Today I am featuring a card I did for yesterday's Splitcoaststamper color challenge.
I used a new pen (to me) called Chameleons. When I started coloring I knew at once that it would take some practice to be good at it and I should have started with a large, more open image. Oh well, next time! I'm fairly happy with the way this turned out even though I was wondering for a while whether it would end up in the trash! I love the intense color the pens give and I think over-all that helped with the image turning out fairly well.
I plan to do several more images with these pens of course, before deciding on them, because I know that when I first tried Copic Markers I hated them and now I love them! So, I expect I will feel the same way about the Chameleon pens.
I can't really even comment on them yet as I need more practice.
For this card: I colored and then cut out and framed using Four different sets from Spellbinders ( Labels 39, Labels 39 Decorative Accents, 5X7 Elegant Labels 4, and Labels 4). The "dessert" on the challenge was to use real (paper/silk, etc) flowers in the design. I used some Prima roses and "unknown" paper flowers with pearls for centers. The silk butterfly is from Petaloo. The leaf flourish die is by Our Daily Bread Designs. I'm not sure about the pearl accents.