Doodle Pantry is sponsoring Send A Smile For Kids Challenge. Their theme for the next two weeks is Valentine/Love.
I was more than happy to get away from Christmas cards for awhile, so I had to play along. Also, who doesn't just love making cards for children, right??
I used the chicks from Doodle Pantry's Spring Critters set (pre-colored, but I went over the colors with Copics ~ ok, I'm not sure this really does anything to the image, especially if I use a color very close to the printed color; but it makes me "feel" like I'm coloring . . . so I'll continue doing this LOL)
I used the heart from Calendar Mini's, but I digitally removed just one heart because I didn't like the way the two hearts looked with the chicks. Thank goodness Laurie, the Doodle Pantry genius, also includes png files so you can combine multiple images to create one image (below).
The sentiment is computer-generated and I did color this one on my own using Copics (RV10, RV11 & RV13)
Stop by Send A Smile For Kids Challenge and play along. What child wouldn't just love to receive a beautiful Valentine's Day or I Love You card this year?
And while you're at it, stop by the Doodle Pantry store to pick up several really cute digital sets for those "children" in your life.
Side Note: In 2015, the Doodle Pantry Challenges will start the first Tuesday of each month ~ so hop over to the Doodle Pantry Challenge Blog in a few days to join in the fun (Tuesday, January 6).