Sunday, December 27, 2009

OCC Food and Drink Challenge

This weeks challenge over at the OCC is Food and Drink.  I decided to play along with the challenge and came up with this card.

Using Adobe Photoshop Elements, I combined 3 Mo Manning images, Louis and Bronte (a freebie on Mo's PCP group), Two Toby and Two Jill .  Aren't they just the cutest?  I printed them onto Cryogen paper with my inkjet printer.  Copics used:
Faces - E000, E00, E02
Jill - R21, R22, R24
Jill's Hair - Y21, YR14
Toby - YG93, G40
Toby's Hair - E33
Louis - BG000, BG01, YG13
Louis' Hair - E09, E13
Cookie - E33, E21, E44
Bronte - E41, E42, R20
Collar - R24
Shadow - C1

The DP is K&Company, the border punch is Martha Stewart.  Finished size is 5 x 7 inches.  Be sure to visit the OCC blog for more Food & Drink Inspiration and join in on the fun.


Anonymous said...

Nice "combo"!

Anonymous said...

This card is very cute. I knew kids like that once upon a time -
Happy New Year.....Elaine

Sheila said...

Fantabulous Yoda, love these images all together also love the colour combo you've used on them too.
Sheila xx

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Oh my goodness, this is just fabulous. I LOVE how you have combined the images to make such a totally cute card. Your coloring is amazing too. Thanks for playing along with us this week at the OCC. Best wishes for everything great in 2010!

Justine said...

Wow you have really brought these kiddos and that tantrum to life Sandy.

Sandy Knecht said...

Sandy, this card is adorable. I can imagine sending it to a Mother who has had it with her little kids. This would bring a smile to her face. Great job!

Anonymous said...

Ha Ha, this should be sent to Stacey and tell her it's a picture of her kids. Darling! Amy P.

Maria Matter said...

Super sweet! fabulous job combining these image for a perfect little scene!!!

blessings, Maria

Bonnie Brown said...

Very clever!! I love the three images together. I happen to agree with Amy's comment! LOL!!!

CreaRenata said...


What a great card! How do you get 3 digi's to combine? Love to try that myself, what program do I need for that?