Graph’It – Alternative Christmas Colours Challenge

OK – I’m on a roll!

Having managed to produce an entry for the Spectrum Noir challenge for my last post, I decided to take up the Graph’It Marker Colour Challenge to use some Alternative Christmas Colours making use of the limited resources available to me.

I have been aware of the newest ‘alchohol pen on the block’ Graph’It for a little while now, but having quite large collections of 2 other brands of alcohol pens I have not yet been able to justify spending out on any Graph’It pens.

I am hoping that by entering this challenge I may be lucky enough to win a set of these pens so I can try them for myself.

As in my last post I have made use of an appropriate digi-stamp I purchased from Wee Stamps some time ago that was stored on my laptop. Designed by Sylvia Zet, these are gorgeous stamps and being digital gives the added advantage of resizing the image before printing out.

This cute little girl is appropriately called ‘Holly’.

Holly

Again I printed onto Neenah specialist alcohol pen colouring card and used colours from my Spectrum Noir pens in the Hydrangea Blue (HB) and Light Yellow (LY) ranges along with a zing of Jade Green (JG).

The specific colours used were:

Clothes: HB1, HB2, HB3, LY1, LY2, LY3 & JG3

Hair: GB2, GB8 & GB10

Face: FS1, FS3 & FS5

Other: GB5, GB7 and Blender

I hope that the Graph’It challenge adjudicators will judge this topper (which will eventually take pride of place on a card – when I can get to my crafty stash) as satisfying the challenge criteria – if not, at least I’ve had fun practicing my colouring skills.

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