Polka Dot Pals Imogen in Mason Jar from Whimsy Stamps

What can you do in an hour? Such a magical weekend and today I’m sharing with you the card I colored for the DigiMojo Facebook event using Polka Dot Pals Imogen in a Mason Jar from Whimsy Stamps. This is a digital coloring scene so everything is already merged together and you just print and color. I love how simple that process is and how quickly I can get into coloring. This specific card took me about an hour to color and you can watch the video of that on YouTube HERE.

I had colored this image a few times so I set out to color her differently. That started out with choosing different colors for her hair and clothes which then lead me to a nighttime sky. This specific Polka Dot Pal character is available in as shown as a Digital Coloring Scene HERE. But you can also pick up this gal as a clear rubber stamp set HERE to coordinate with all the other Polka Dot Pals and accessories.
For this card, you can watch the video for insights on how she was colored. You can also visit some of my other blog posts for variations how how this digital coloring scene and/or the clear stamp sets have been used. THIS ONE features no lines coloring and extra twine colored in. THIS ONE features stamping and coloring on Neenah Desert Storm paper. THIS ONE features a blue and yellow color pallet. THIS ONE features an experiment in coloring a sunset with dots. THIS ONE features extra attention to the jar reflection and details with white. Finally THIS ONE features the use of a DoveArt background.

List of Common Supplies

Polka Dot Pals Imogen in a Mason Jar from Whimsy Stamps
Hammermill Premium Color 60# cardstock

Copic Markers:
B02, 16, 23, 91, 97
BG11, 23, 57, 72, 75, 93
C00, 1, 3, 4
E23, 30, 31
R21, 83, 85
YG17, 21, 25, 28
V04, 12, 15, 17, 28
BV23

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