Today Power Poppy is having some great fun with The Daily Marker’s 30 Day Coloring Challenge! I’ve already been having some fun colouring so I was delighted to jump in again, and there are Power Poppy prizes to be given away!
I stamped up the lovely apple crate from our Farmer’s Market set in Memento Peanut Brittle ink to soften the effect and then gave it some colour with Copics to match this fun paper (MME Jubilee Tangerine). I thought the soft blue would be a good contrast to the deep colours of the apples. I stitched on my main panel and then added the pennant accents with a button and twine. Don’t those apples look crisp and juicy?
The sentiment is from another of our Power Poppy sets - Go Wild. I thought it was perfect.
Here’s the Copics I used (a lot actually, but that was part of the fun :).
So now here’s the details of how you can join in!
HOW TO JOIN IN THE FUN.....
Pick a coloring medium, any which one, and enjoy some special downtime to recharge and color. There's no presssure to really do it each and every day. But, if you want to carve out ten minutes for a zippy color fest with your favorite cuppa, why not? Life's too short, isn't it?
WHAT? IT'S JUST THAT EASY?
Yes, sweet stamping friends, it is! Then, after you color up your world, make sure you link your creation RIGHT HERE on the linky for a chance at some prizes! Keep in mind Kathy is urging us all to share our colorific skills. That doesn't mean you need a finished card. Just show off what you colored! You can also share via social media -- Facebook, Instagram, Flickr -- using the hashtag #thedailymarker30day3
DID YOU SAY THERE WERE PRIZES?
Why yes, we did! And guess what? Power Poppy is adding to the mix by donating a stamp set of choice to one lucky colorista!
WHERE DO I FIND INSPIRATION?
The Daily Marker! Kathy is posting new and colorful things each and every day for the entire month of October!
ARE THE BLOOMIES PLAYING ALONG?
Absolutely! In fact, if you hop, skip and jump your way through our link list, you'll see what they created during one of their own personal coloring sessions.
Christine Okken (you are here)