Little known fact: When I was little, I was SURE that I was going to be abducted by aliens. 100% sure.
I saw this stamp set and wanted to color these pudgy little aliens – and let them get beamed up to their ship! Though…I’m truly not sure how all three are going to fit inside the spaceship cabin…but I’ll let them worry about that once they get there, okay? ha!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
Just look at these pudgy little guys! I wanna poke em like the Pillsbury dough aliens.
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Sandy, I love love love this card. I really enjoy your videos, your voice is calm and soothing and you are so talented. Thanks for taking the time to make them so we can all learn to color as good as you. Ha ha!
What a darling, cute and very fun image that you colored!!! I just loved how you told all of us to just suck it up buttercup.It made me laugh so hard because me and my two girls say that to my 8 grandchildren all of the time! LMAO!!!
These colors are so vibrant! I love your coloring.
This card is so so so so cool!!! Love to watch you coloring!
I am 85 yrs. old and you younger girls sure inspire me to keep making cards and learning along the way. I’m kind of new to card making and I’m enjoying the learning process. Your cards are lovely. TFS
Absolutely AMAZING! Thanks for the great video!
Love this, its just adorable!
Your card is amazing! Thank you for sharing your video on how you made your card.
Great tutorial on contrasts and shadows – definitely gonna have to try this! You seem to be so fearless about blending different color families, and going from the very lightest to the very darkest…I know you have a lot of experience with this – so I’ll keep trying. Hoping to have time to start the new mini class today – Fall is my favorite season – can’t wait!
You have a great imagination. Awesome card.