Friday, 5 April 2013

A book mark as a thank you for my kindness doctor

Hi my beautiful fellows,

Here I am again with you on the blog land :)

I have coloring some of my Magnolia images, but I tell you the truth they haven't finish yet as a card or other creation .. hehehe
I love to do coloring the most for relaxing my mind and for me coloring is one of the way to refreshing after the hard time on a day.
Sure, I love to creating some stuff with papers and any medium too but beyond everything coloring image is my fave to start imagine what I will to make :))))

But today, I suddenly remember I have a creation that I never post here ..

that was my special made for a special person,
oh ... what do you think ?? no, my husband not a doctor .. hehee
but that was for a doctor, I am so lucky that I ever know a kindness doctor, he is a Neurologist and I meet him years ago at Mount Elizabeth Medical Center - Singapore.
he was very kind person as a doctor, and when I have a chance to go to Singapore, I will always happy to doing further consultation with him.
So sorry that I have limited time on my latest trip to Singapore so I cant have much time :(
ooh I type so much words without let you know his name ..
He is DR. Piang Ngok Chong
for everything you've done Doc, huge thanks!

ok guys, back to my creativity for fun :) here there are pictures for some different angles for you to enjoy;

This bookmark inspired by my very talented team mate; Debbie Dolphin
I used papers from many brands, so sorry I cant remember the name,
dies I used are Tim Holtz and Lifestyle.
using EK Success punch, May art twine and the silver brads are SU!
Coloring my Doctor Edwin with Distress Ink on a cold press aquarell paper.

That's my pieces to share with you today, and I wish you a very Nice day!!



Exclusively by Mel said...

It's a wonderful bookmark Yulis, I love your design and beautiful soft colouring!!
Love, Mel. xxx

Christina C. said...

This is truly extraordinary, Yulis, and I'm sure your doctor appreciated it! Superb coloring and stunning details.....this will be a treasured bookmark for sure!