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Thinking through a scene: teacher thank you card

A note before we get started: I’ve been trying to fix some things on my new classes website…if you’ve been trying to make purchases and getting frustrated, I hear ya! It appears it mostly works again, though still multiple purchases don’t seem possible in one transaction, but I’m working at it. Hang tight, thanks!


Teacher Thank You Card

Lots of folks ask how I come up with a scene – so in today’s video, while you watch the coloring, I just chat about it a bit. What I’m thinking, why some things end up here or there. It feels a little random – and I apologize for the weird color that the video descends into by the end, oy! Anyway – hope it helps! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.


Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

8 thoughts on “Thinking through a scene: teacher thank you card

  1. Wow those colors look amazing in reality.

  2. What a great scene you created. Wow wow wow..

  3. I LOVE this card! Surprised? The sentiment rings true for me. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a chalk board. I don’t miss the chalky mess. You set the perfect scene for these two teachers.

  4. I just bought a sweet Penny Black stamp called Fan’s Cricket. It shows a little Chinese girl holding a cricket & a cage. Could you demonstrate coloring Asian skin tones?

  5. Great! Greater! The Greatest! I want to try also a scene..after my hexart-class I think I know what to do… cool inspiration!!!

  6. What an awesome card!

  7. Another “wow” !

  8. Great card – love those teachers! Thanks, too for the really great instruction on building a scene or background – I know I’ll be referring to this one many times!

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