Guest Designer Sandy Allnock: Copic Coloring Cats

January 25, 2017

Hi there! My name is Sandy Allnock and I'm excited to share a cute card with you today. I just love coloring - and the Gerda Steiner images are perfect for someone like me. I'm guessing they are for you too! 

I've created a coloring video to show you how I made today's card, both the coloring and how I made the little lift-up sign. Watch it below or click HERE to see it on YouTube!
The kitties look like cats I know; and that's one of the great things about making our own cards. We can customize them to suit our own critters!
The little sign is a special treat on a birthday card - with a "secret message" inside!
I hope you enjoyed my card today...and if you'd like to see more, visit me over on my blog!

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