Sunday Sketch

Operation Write Home’s Sunday Sketch Challenge 172 looks like this:

Here is my take:

Oh, you knew I had to fussy cut?! Of course! I am obsessed with fussy cutting! And you probably figured that I was going to use a SOG digi stamp?! Well, you know me too well!
I colored up Some Odd Girl’s Squeezey Hugs.
I used Copic markers to color this cute couple.
Skin -E50,51,53
Mae’s Hair-E53,55
Boy’s Hair-E44,47
Other-R35,38, C1,3,5

The circle sentiment comes from a rubber stamp heart that reads hugs inside.

Nothing fancy. Round 2 of Odd Idol voting is still happening here. If you have time, stop over and vote!
Finally, HAPPY MOTHER’s DAY!!!!! You would think that one of my 5 lovely children would have served me breakfast in bed. But….no! No breakfast in bed. I’m not bitter. Really, I’m not. Regardless, of my brood have a great one!


6 thoughts on “Sunday Sketch

  1. I was things, Angie, that I hate to fussy cut because I’m not great at it, so maybe I’ll send you all of my cutting and you can do it for me. Does that work for you??? LOL You do a wonderful job at it and also a great coloring job also. This card will put a smile on someone’s face. Very nice – enjoy your day.

  2. Looking at your card just makes me say, “Awww’. It’s such a sweet card that will really make someone feel so loved. Amazing job coloring and awesome fussy coloring. I just love the red, black, and white colors together.

  3. Awwww… this is adorable Angie! Love the red and black background with the bold stripe paper. As always your coloring skills and fussy cutting leaves my jaw dropped in amazement! The ‘hugs’ stamp is perfect. Thanks for playing!

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