Off to See the Wizard

I had such a difficult time with this one!  I knew exactly what I wanted to do and no matter how I tried each attempt was worse than the previous.  I had planned on the yellow sections radiating from the top and colored like the yellow brick road.  I tried at least five times.  Each time the road looked really chintsy.  I still don't like the way the yellow panels look, but I surrender.  I also had a really difficult time with the background paper.  No matter what I tried I didn't like it.  At least this green is better then my previous attempts.  The image is colored with copics.  I absolutely love the Wizard of OZ digis.  I think I bought them all.  I cut the flowers with Make It Cut and my Cricut. I made this for Mo's Digital Pencil Challenge #70 which was a sketch challenge.  I'm also entering it in Digi Doodle Shop's Best Challenge #57 Anything Goes.  Here is a link to their website: .  Also, Simon Says Challenge:  Make your own embellishment.


  1. You totally did an AWESOME job! I know how long ONE image takes to color, let alone FOUR! That card is definately a labor of love!

  2. Wow! This was a lot of work! Wonderful card, and I love those bright red flowers. Glad you joined us in Mo's Challenge.

  3. Fab work. Thank you for joining us at Digi Doodle Shop's Best this week.


  4. Oh Diane...this is absolutely amazingly fantabulous!!! I have always loved the Wizard of Oz...and, you're right, Mo's images are so dang cute! I love them all...and you've colored them beautifully m'dear!!! I love the colors you used for your DPs...perfect interpretation of Cathy's fun sketch! I'm delighted that you've joined us this week at Mo's. Hugs. Pat Frank

  5. What a fun card. And the yellow bricks? How very clever. Some cards just take more time to come togther. This one did very nicely.

  6. Oh this is fabulous, love of the Wizard of Oz images.
    Thank you for joining in with us at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.


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