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Thank you for visiting me today, I hope you see something here that you like. I love colouring digital images and I am on a few Design Teams.I am taking art classes with Kit and Clowder, and Make it Crafty. I hope maybe you will get some new ideas here or you can leave comments and links so I will be picking up new ideas from you. Anyway I will put on the kettle and have some cupcakes at the ready...

Thursday 26 March 2015

Madam Evilena and Finola

 Madam Evilena and Finola
Rick's facebook Group
Background Beautiful Princess, Lake House and Doll House
from Mischief Circus

It is the morning after the night before. Time for a Crafting play-date.
When our Finola was invited in by the Craft Wizard she never thought for a moment that a new friendship would blossom between her and the very striking and exotic Madam Evilena.  Finola watched as Evilena sashayed down the huge staircase, bracelets tinkling merrily and stiletto's click clacking on the tiles and wondered what exciting craft ideas would be exchanged. Evilena's craft room was equipped with all the tools Finola could have wished for and she excitedly waited for the first project which was... making lovely gifts with skeins of neon coloured macramé twine (which Evilena had um.. over ordered and needed to get rid of) and lots of pom poms and chenille stems, sparkly ones-of course and popsicle sticks (aka tongue depressors). Evilena looked encouragingly over at Finola saying that so many wonderful things can be whipped up from these items. Finola's spirits drooped.. what could she say.. The moment was saved by the arrival of tea.. set out on a silver tray and carried by, Oh my! ...

 If you have an idea of who startled Finola then please visit the Rick St. Dennis facebook page and leave a comment describing the character. This could be chosen as the next main element, you and I will receive a copy of the image free of charge. I will colour mine and add the next part of the story.

The two images have been printed onto neenah card and coloured with promarkers and spectrum noir pencils then inserted into Craft Artist 2 for the background and elements.

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