Monday, August 5, 2013

Comparison photos as promised.

Hello fellow crafters,
As promised here is the comparison photo of the image from Squigglefly where  my previous post  said I miss my Spectrum Noir Markers. This is also for the {Pin}spirational Challenge #69  I was out of town and didn't have them with me. I had to make due with crayons, color pencils and my son's printer.   Now that I'm back home I was able to redo the image with my Spectrum Noir Markers.  It printed a bit smaller than the original which made the coloring a little more difficult. But you can see the difference in the brilliance of the color between the pencils and the markers.   I also added some memento sky blue ink on both of them to give it a bit more color than the stark white background. I didn't have that available at the time I made the original. Thanks for leaving comments I love hearing from you.
Entered in the following Challenges:
Spectrum Noir Challenges:
Through the Craft Room Door:


  1. Beautiful cards Kitt, I love the one done with markers, but with pencils is also very nice.
    Thanks for joining the TTCRD challenges.

  2. Great cards!!! I like using different mediums from time to time.

  3. Lovely image and sentiment. You colour choice for both are lovely.

    Hugs Wynn x

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  5. Great card! Fun to see the same image colored with 2 different mediums! Thanks for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  6. Lovely card, well done! Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge.

    groetjes, Ellen

  7. Both lovely cards.Thank you for joining us in the Kraftyhands challenge.

  8. It's interesting to see the difference and I like both. Marina

  9. It is interesting to see the difference. I love my Spectrum Noir markers but sometimes I just want that soft effect that pencils can give. Both cards are great!

  10. Both cards are fab! Thanks for joining us at Crafty Calendar this month & good luck!
    hugs Jo x


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