Thursday, September 5, 2013

Life is what you make of it!


Hope everyone with children still in school, got them off without a problem. I miss those days with my girls. I used to love school shopping with them, getting the new school supplies, new shoes, etc. My youngest one I had to scrub clean of all her temporary tattoos she used to love and my oldest I had to get her nails clean as she loved to play with nail polish long before she was actually old enough to wear it hehe!

But we are at a new phase in our lives where they are all grown up and my oldest is a high school reading teacher and my youngest works in digital media advertising. So fast it all goes by, so whatever phase you are in right now love it!!!

Here is an adorable fall card I made using this sweet image from Mo's digital pencil.  I colored it using my copics. This card took forever because I had no idea where I was going with it. But it finally came together after many attempts.

I am entering this in the following challenges:

DP2 challenge:   Anything goes with a Mo's image
Digi Galore:  Anything goes
Glitter n Sparkle Challenge:  anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by!



jane stillman said...

Such a cute little image and love the way you've coloured it. Thank you for joining us over at Glitter n Sparkle, good luck

Abi said...

Aww, that's such a cutie Kim! My wee one is back at school & I have to admit I'm missing her :-( Making the most of it though! xx

Tine Kristiansen said...

What a lovely card. Love your coloring :)

Thank you so much for joining us at Mo`s Digital Challenge this week. Good Luck!

Hugs, Tine

Inkypinkydelights said...

Such a cute image on such a fabulous card! Judyx

mixamatoasties said...

What a cute wee image Kim! Gorgeous card.

Susan x

Tracey T said...

I know what you mean, Kim! My son is growing up so fast and I'm trying to make the most of him being at home while I can! Love this card - there is such joy in the image and your colour choice is perfect. Hugs, Tracey x

Gail said...

Cute image colored beautifully. Fantastic card. I love this one, too! --Gail