How to Color a Pumpkin using Alcohol markers

October 16, 2015





Aloha Guys!  This is Joyce from Enjoyscrappin2.com and today we'll be making a fall card.  I'm using 2 digital images, Hedgehog with Pumpkin, Halloween Cats and more along with the Happy Fall Clear stamp set.  I picked out the pumpkin from the digital image and I resized them to all look different.  That's the cool thing about digital stamps :)  I also printed 2 of the Hedgehog, super cute, and colored all the images using my Shinhan Touch twin alcohol markers.  I hope you enjoyed this card.  Thanks again for stopping by :)



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