A Boy In A Monkey Costume!

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Good Morning Ladies!

My on-line Copic 3 Coloring Class has begun over at CREATIVE PASSIONS  I am so busy!  I love being able to watch the video before I attempt to do the coloring.  Very cool.  So here is my first card.  The digital stamp is by Christy Croll at Tiddly Inks -  www.tiddlyinks.com and it is called "Boy In A Monkey Costume"


Isn't he cute?   I added the sentiment "Lets Hang Out" from the Cricut Cart "Create A Critter" the paper is from Creative Memories "Zoo" and the twine is from my collection.  Here are the Copic Markers that I used.


Thank you for stopping by today!  Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs!

7 comments:

  1. Loving this gorgeous creation. Wishing you a wonderful relaxing weekend.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    DS4J DT Member
    Doing Life

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  2. Super cute!! I love the digi!!
    Kristan

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  3. This is really cute! :)Amy

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  4. Such a super cute monkey! Love your colours on him!

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  5. Cute card and I have joined your blog as a member too. Love the colouring with copis and must now check out your on line class...♥

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  6. so cute! wonderful colors and image.

    ~luanne

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  7. Sorry Chriss I haven't been leaving many comments. I have seen your work, I just have been so busy trying to stay caught up along with all this family stuff going on.
    I just want you to know that your work has been awesome and your coloring is fabulous. I really should take some classes to give me more confidence with copics.
    Have a great week my friend!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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