Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Grin and Berry It!

I am a nature lover and Marcy with Power Poppy did these "raspberries" which are delicious.  I colored them up as blackberries because I am rebellious.  This image comes digitally so you can size it however you like.  I hope you check out the rest of the inspiration as well as all the glorious goodies on the Power Poppy site.



Copics:  
B21 BV23 BV25 BV29
R35 R59
G82 G43 G46

More inspiration can be found at the lovely DT linked creations below





12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous!

AJ Bodine said...

I am just stunned at the absolute beauty of this card, what an amazing digital image and your coloring and design are perfection.

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, do I love the colors you've used, Jennifer, and how beautifully you color (sigh!). What a great layout, and I love the sheer ribbon! Stunning, as always!! Hugs!

Barb said...

Your card is sooo beautiful! I love the way you've colored the berries. Those deep, rich blues are perfection! Just gorgeous!

I've added your color selections to my Copic wish list. I don't have any BV's!

Thanks for sharing!

Kim B. said...

Beautiful card. Your coloring is perfect!!!!

Barbara said...

This is just so beautiful. I am in love with this. Swoon!

Beckie Williams said...

This is just colored so beautifully ..... awesome awesome skills!!

Marcella Hawley said...

Jennifer, you set the stun gun to TEN with those berries!! I am really excited to see how you mixed the black and red — yes, you are a rebel in all the best ways!! Thank you for helping show off the new set so stunningly!

Davi said...

Beautiful, love the two colors of berries and the ribbon is a really beautiful accent!

Tosha Leyendekker said...

LOVE your black and red berries!! They are exquisite! How creative and oh so fabulous! WOW!

Cindy Milliron said...

There r really black raspberries. They grow wild and r way better than red raspberries.You nails them in your amazing work. Oh! and they r way sweeter than blackberries. Which r longer.

Debbie Olson said...

Wow, Jenn--I *love* your "mixed berries!"