Friday, December 14, 2012

Copic/Promarker Challenge - New Year's Resolutions

Hi again!  As promised, I am back with my DT card for this week's Copic/Promarker Challenge at The Outlawz.  This week's theme is "New Year's Resolutions".  It's time to move beyond Christmas and think about the new year!  My real New Year's resolution is not to wait until the last minute to do my Christmas cards, but here is my card with another resolution on the list.

My card base and mats are SU Night of Navy and the patterned papers are from the My Mind's Eye Moments 6x6 pad.  The fun image is Yoga Girl from Saturated Canary.  I got it from Krista's shop here, but it does not appear to be available at the moment.  I printed her on Make it Colour Blending Card and colored her with my Copics.  The sentiment is from Paulette at Create With TLC.  It think it was a freebie a few months ago.  A simple bow and a few pearls from my stash finished my card.

Here is a close-up of the image:

Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to visit the Copic/Promarker challenge and check out the fun and fabulous creations from my DT sistahs!  Hope you will find time to play along with us this week!  Our December challenges are being sponsored by Torico of Birdie Brown.  One randomly-selected participant in our challenges will win five digis of their choice from her Birdie Brown Etsy shop.  Torico's digis are just adorable!  As always, there are also lots of awesome site-wide prizes up for grabs when you enter any of the challenges at The Outlawz!

I am entering my card in the following challenges:
Seems a Little Sketchy #28 (sketch; I used an oval instead of the circle.)
Through The Craftroom Door Challenge #48 (anything goes)

Here is SALS #28:

Have a great day and hope to see you again soon!


  1. Oh wow that is such a great interpretation of that sketch Carla. I love blue and yellow together and your image looks amazing. Great card!

  2. Love it! The dark blue with the yellow is awesome and the image is adorable and love your coloring! Thanks for using our sketch and sharing it with us at Seems a Little Sketchy!

  3. Oh wow Carla! Just wow. Gorgeous papers and color combo...beautiful die and I just love the SC image and sentiment together! Truly inspired. xx

  4. What a great layout...and those papers look so classy! Love your coloring Miss Carla! HUGS

  5. She is adorable. Love the yoga pose. Just beautiful.

  6. Love, love, love this image. Your coloring is awesome and love that sketch you've used.

  7. beautiful card, Carla, I love the colour combination!

  8. This is wonderful love the color scheme. Great sentiment for this card.

  9. Another gorgeous card Carla! Your papers are always so beautiful and/or fun!

  10. I'm sending you a high-five on your post (-: I'm right there with ya!
    Your card is wonderful, no one combines paper combos like you!!!!!

  11. WOW!!! WOW!!!! WOW!!! Totally awesome, you did a great job on this card and I'm loving it.
    Hugs, Patricia

  12. Oh how pretty! Love your paper and the colors. I sure wish my stomach looked like that -- I can hear the crowd in the background now - Wo Ho Ho!!!
    Happy Holidays!

  13. Lovely colouring and a great choice of colours too, very classy card. Love the image and a fabulous sentiment :)

  14. Beautiful card, Carla! Love those colors & papers; love the fab image & coloring; love the take on the sketch & that great die cut frame. And the sentiment is perfect for the image! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

  15. I really love this Carla! I always resolve to make Christmas cards all year round, and do well Jan - April ish, and then seem to slack off lol!
    Please pop on over to my new blog ( and follow me there and you could win my blog candy! :)
    Lizy xx

  16. My resolution is to get thin and mellow like your image.

    Your card is fabulous and that image is colored beautifully. Great take on the sketch and a wonderful color scheme too!

  17. She is a fantastic image, I have the perfect card for her! Thank you so much for showing her!


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