Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Dunno Ducky

High Hopes, Kecia Waters, alcohol markers

So happy to be a Guest Designer today for the High Hopes Rubber Stamps blog.  I've been a fan of their cute images for a long time.  But, I confess...when I was told what this week's challenge theme was going to be (baby card), I thought I "Dunno" what to do for that.  And then I remembered the adorable "Dunno Ducky" from High Hopes.  He seemed happy to sit in on a baby card.

For the card, I stamped "Dunno Ducky"  onto X-Press It cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black.  I colored the ducky with Copic markers and Spectrum Noir markers.  (I think the Spectrum Noir yellows are better than Copic yellows...personal preference).  I cut the duck out with detailed scissors.

On a circle cut with a Nestabilities circle die, I sponged SeaShells Cloudy blue and Adirondack Lettuce to create a little scene.  I then placed Dunno Ducky into the scene.

The patterned paper for this card is from Reflections.  A button with Baker's Twine and a little bottle charm adorn this card.  The sentiment was stamped on a strip of white cardstock and is from Hero Arts.  It was stamped with Versafine Onyx Black.

Thanks so much to High Hopes for letting me play as Guest Designer this week!  Their blog has a weekly challenge, so you too can join in on the fun.


3 comments:

Linda Compton said...

Morning Kecia! Love the expression on this ducky. Interesting about the yellow shades of the Spectrum Noirs. These are bright and a clean (not green) shade of yellow. If that makes sense to you.

Ann English said...

Love him, Kecia. These yellows are pretty. How did you discover this?

nwilliams6 said...

Totally precious! Love the little details! Cute, cute, cute! Hugz!

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