Thursday, January 2, 2014

A to Z...You!

Hi everyone! ***If you're looking for my Season's Givings blog hop post, please click HERE.



It's the first CAS-ual Fridays challenge of 2014! This week's challenge is about choosing a word that describes what you hope for the new year.

Here's my card:

CFC 125 A to Z...You

Yeah, yeah, I kind of cheated and instead of using one word, I used 26. :) I picked this image because I felt like it showed great words that I want to aspire to be this year. 

I used a digital image from Kim Geiser (love her stuff!) and colored it with Copics. I was holding my breath the whole time I was coloring--some of those lines and dots are small! 

Here's a close-up:

CFC 125 A to Z, You!

The face in the "You" kills me--it is so cute!

The winner of this week's CAS-ual Fridays Challenge will win a prize from CAS-ual Fridays Stamps!


You can link up your projects HERE. I hope you'll play along!

Have a great weekend! Thanks for stopping by. 


Supplies
Cardstock: (white) Papertrey Ink
Stamp: (ABC You!) Kim Geiser
Copic markers

32 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous card ! You rock Jocelyn!..... Happy New Year... hugs...x

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  2. Wow wow wow!! This is fabulous!! LOVING that image and the colors!!!!!

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  3. Well, your coloring is perfectly done, so it was worth the effort! Love this card and that face in the you IS so cute!

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  4. awww...I love it!
    Happy Friday!

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  5. Fabulously, delightfully, wonderfully awesome! LOVE this!
    c

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  6. This image is wonderful! I love the coloring, and I could totally see this blown up as a print in a playroom/craft area too!

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  7. I LOVE the digital images that you find! This looks like it would be a ton of fun to color. GREAT card Jocelyn!!!

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  8. This is nothing less than fabulous! I so love it!

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  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE this!
    Thanks for the link to Kim Geiser's etsy shop!

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  10. LOVE LOVE LOVE this!
    Thanks for the link to Kim Geiser's etsy shop!

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  11. What a fabulous image! Awesome card - your coloring is amazing!

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  12. I think this is perfect for a 2014 card! Great image and wow colouring.

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  13. You make my art look real real good. Thank you! Xoxo

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  14. Love this card - so cute, stylish, and darling! You're right, the face in YOU is so sweet! Coloring - perfection! Love it! Robin

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  15. Arrrgh ... as I was clicking over to your post, I held my breath, hoping that you printed off this colorful word collage and made a card out of it. I knew that wasn't going to be the case, but the alternative is that you HAND COLORED it all. Holy smokes, that is so impressive!!! I just can't get over it. Hope you had a wonderful New Years, my friend!

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  16. So Awesome!!! Love what you did here. Happy New Year Jocelyn :)

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  17. I would need more than 26 words to describe how amazing this card is, and then another bunch of words to convey how much I love it. This one is a showstopper Jocelyn. Totally blown my mind!!

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  18. Hi Jocelyn, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
    http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

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  19. adorable...love this alphabet inspired stamp.

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  20. Can you help me with something? I love the idea of digital stamps but I'm pretty certain I don't have the right printer. What do you use? I don't think the thick cardstock can go through mine...

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    1. Hi Katy! I use an Epson--I have two. My Artisan 730 is great and does feed thick (110lb.) cardstock. I don't think they make that particular Artisan anymore, but it might be worth checking out a newer version. If I'm not coloring with Copics, I often use matte photo paper. It adds another layer, but the photo paper is great if you're printing colors. I hope this info helps!

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  21. OMG, I LOVE this card!! Thanks for linking up to the wonderful digi!

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  22. Great card, I love digital stamps and this one made me smile. Quirky caught my eye :) Cx

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  23. What a fun digi...your coloring is fantastic...love it!

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