Fairy and Little Butterfly in Whimsical Garden

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Please meet my Fairy and Little Butterfly in Whimsical Garden artwork, she is the 3rd one of my Fairy Fae series and most certainly my favorite of all (please don’t tell the other ones)

How did I create this image? As my usual routine, I turned to Silhouette Studio with the same idea as the other fairies.  This time I combined Tiddly Inks Fairy Fae Catches a Star and Make it Crafty Whimsical Flowers in Silhouette Studio (both new, used for the first time! how exciting!), then outlined the little butterfly from the background image as well as the fairy and had my Silhouette cutter complete the intricate cuts — please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images. And of course, there’s another tutorial on how to work with more complex digital images. Once prints and cuts were complete, I colored the fairy on the main image with C7 Copic marker to give a good shadow effect to the image that gets placed on top. If you like this hair coloring technique, please take a look at my tutorial: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1

Once coloring is complete, I usually highlight some parts with Fiskars glitter gel pens or glitter glue to add a little extra glow, which looks beautiful in natural light. This time I used mica fragments on the wings over clear glue — gorgeous glow in light. Then the main image is placed on foam squares to add to the 3D effect even more and even make it look like moving (wings can move actually). The little butterfly is also resting on a foam squares to stand out beautifully. Once all together, the artwork goes inside a beautiful white frame and voila!

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* artwork is available to purchase at Son of a Bean Coffee House

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The Copic markers I used:
Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20
Hair: E11, E13, E15, E18
Dress and yellow of flowers: Y00, Y02, Y04, Y08, Y17
Flowers and Butterfly: BV000, BV00, BV01, BV02, BV04, BV08
Green: YG03, YG11, YG67, G99 (still my favorite combinations for sure)

I’m entering her in the following challenges (not entered to all listed, some challenge I’m just keeping so I can remember to check the wonderful artworks):
– The Squirrel and the Fox Challenge #62 Use Embellishments 
– Tiddly Inks Challenge Tags
– Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge
– Make It Monday #174 Challenge 
– Stampin for the Weekend Challenge Anything but a Card
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle Challenge# 69 Bling it Up
– Alphabet Challenge Z for Zesty Colors
– Divas By Design Challenge
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #306 Something New
– 613 Avenue Create Challenge# 56 Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge 
– Keep it Simple! Challenge# 32 Square
– Crafting When We Can Challenge# 61 Recipe
– Love to Scrap #22 Tag, You’re It!
– Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge #71 Use a Doily
– Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
– Card Making Mamas Move it Challenge
– Brown Sugar Challenge # 79 Feathers
– Totally Papercrafts Challenge#204 CAS
– Sweet Stampin’ Favorite Style
– Crafty Sentiments Challenge Anything Goes
– One Stitch At A Time White + 1

Love is in the Air

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about new cards, gifts and surprises for our loved ones. (more photos below)

Thankfully, Milk N Coffee Digi Stamps created and released two brand new images for us today: Romeo and Juliet and I’m extremely thankful to be on their Design Team, thank you!

How did I create this card?

About a week ago, I saw a tutorial by Karen Burniston who was showcasing the new accordion die sets, #769 to be exact but it’s so new that nobody that I know of is shipping it yet… However, I was able to find some of Karen’s earlier sets: Sizzix Bigz Die Cut, Album Accordion Flip 3-D with the matching die cut, frame and label set. For paper, I used Papermania Capsule Collection by Jesse Edwards which is a beautiful blue floral set.

Once the accordion pieces were all complete, as my usual routine, I turned to Silhouette Studiothen and outlined both Romeo and Juliet — please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images. And of course, there’s another tutorial on how to work with more complex digital images. Once prints and cuts were complete, I colored the images with Copic markers. Then assembled everything. And for the first time ever, used Glossy Accents by Ranger Ink to cover the rose.

And of course, no Valentines Day card can go without a sentiment (at least in my mind) so I turned to music. And even thought my friends know that I hardly listen to the actual lyrics (more like comfortable background noise), there are some amazing songs in my favorites. So I chose Sara Bareilles: The Light — absolutely breathtaking song that was most fitting for my card. Thank you, Sara for being so talented and amazing!  And with the lyrics, the card was complete!

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* artwork is available for purchase

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Even decorated the back of the card

The Copic markers I used:
Skin: E00, E11, E13,
Hair & Pants: E00, E11, E13, E15, E18
Veil: BG000, BG01, BG02, BG05, BG07
Shirt and dress: G12, G14, G16, G19

I’m entering her in the following challenges (not entered to all listed, some challenge I’m just keeping so I can remember to check the wonderful artworks):
– The Squirrel and the Fox Challenge #61 Show Off New Stuff 
– Tiddly Inks CAS Challenge# 124
– Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
– Make It Monday Challenge 
– Stampin for the Weekend Challenge
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle Challenge
– Alphabet Challenge Y for Young
– Divas By Design Challenge
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #304 Warm it Up
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes
– Crafting When We Can #61 Challenge
– Love to Scrap Challenge
– Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge
– Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
– Card Making Mamas Move it Challenge
– Brown Sugar Anything Goes Challenge
– Totally Papercrafts Challenge#202
– Wags n Whiskers Challenge# 120 Anything Goes
– Sweet Stampin’ Favorite Style
– Crafty Sentiments Challenge Anything Goes
– One Stitch At A Time Challenge

Leopard Folding Card

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Expected to see a fairy? Cute little kids? Maybe a sweet kitten? But not today. Today, I need you to come a little closer and meet my gorgeous Leopard, part of my very first folding card. The beautiful digital leopard stamp and craft papers are by Coosty Creations — just beautiful!

The card itself is a custom order and I know we always chat about artists but I’d like to take the time and really send a HUGE THANK YOU to each and every one of you who have asked me to create an art piece based on your imagination, dreams and hopes. I feel absolutely humbled and honored that you trust me with your special projects. Thank you!

How did I create this card?

First of all, I need to give credit to Julie Price who created a folding card last week and inspired me with it. Thank you, Julie! Also, if you’d like to create your own folding card, please visit StampARTic tutorial for complete details, perfect step by step help.

Starting out with a 12 x 12 craft sheet, I used my brand new Martha Stewart Punch Around the Page Scallop 3-dot set —- these are really the best I have found, the set comes with a corner cutter and the straight lines as well, works perfectly each and every time. I also used the set to create the card front, back and inside. To create the rest of the pieces, I completely followed StampARTic’s tutorial.

Once the folding card was complete, as my usual routine, I turned to Silhouette Studiothen and outlined the leopard with a little extension below so I could fit it into the square front piece — please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images. And of course, there’s another tutorial on how to work with more complex digital images. Once prints and cuts were complete, I colored the leopard with Copic markers. Then assembled everything.

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* artwork is customer order, sold

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Even decorated the back of the card

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The Copic markers I used:
Fur: E00, E11, E13, E33, E35, E37, E47
Eyes: YR20, YR21, YR24

I’m entering her in the following challenges (not entered to all listed, some challenge I’m just keeping so I can remember to check the wonderful artworks):
– The Squirrel and the Fox Challenge #61 Show Off New Stuff 
– Tiddly Inks CAS Challenge# 124
– Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
– Make It Monday Challenge 
– Stampin for the Weekend Challenge
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle Challenge
– Alphabet Challenge Y for Young
– Divas By Design Challenge
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #304 Warm it Up
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes
– Crafting When We Can #61 Challenge
– Love to Scrap Challenge
– Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge
– Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
– Card Making Mamas Move it Challenge
– Brown Sugar Anything Goes Challenge
– Totally Papercrafts Challenge#202
– Wags n Whiskers Challenge# 120 Anything Goes
– Sweet Stampin’ Favorite Style
– Crafty Sentiments Challenge Anything Goes
– One Stitch At A Time Challenge

Fairy in Daffodil Field

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You’ve been reading my blog for months now so it’s no secret that I like series, sweet little images that are similar and can make a nice collection together. When I decided to create my Little Fairy in Hidden Forest image, I already knew that this Fairy in Daffodil Field image would be the next… and yes, there’s one more too so please check back next week too.

How did I create this image? As my usual routine, I turned to Silhouette Studio with a little twist! This time I combined Tiddly Inks Fairy Fae and Make it Crafty Daffodil Dell in Silhouette Studio (both new, used for the first time! how exciting!), then outlined the same fairy outside the combined image and had my Silhouette cutter complete the intricate cuts — please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images. And of course, there’s another tutorial on how to work with more complex digital images. Once prints and cuts were complete, I colored the fairy on the main image with C7 Copic marker to give a good shadow effect to the image that gets placed on top. If you like this hair coloring technique, please take a look at my tutorial: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1

Once coloring is complete, I usually highlight some parts with Fiskars glitter gel pens or glitter glue to add a little extra glow, which looks beautiful in natural light. This time I used mica fragments on the wings over lavender liquid pearl and clear glue — gorgeous glow in light. Then the main image is placed on foam squares to add to the 3D effect even more and even make it look like moving (wings can move actually). Once all together, the artwork goes inside a beautiful white frame and voila!

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* artwork is available to purchase at Son of a Bean Coffee House

The Copic markers I used:
Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20
Hair: YR20, YR21, YR24
Dress and little flowers: V20, V22, V25, V28
Flowers and Mushrooms: Y04, Y06, Y17, R27, R56
Green: YG03, YG11, YG67, G99 (my favorite combinations for sure)

I’m entering her in the following challenges (not entered to all listed, some challenge I’m just keeping so I can remember to check the wonderful artworks):
– The Squirrel and the Fox Challenge #61 Show Off New Stuff 
– Tiddly Inks CAS Challenge# 124
– Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes Challenge
– Make It Monday #174 Challenge 
– Stampin for the Weekend Challenge
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle #67 Bingo
– Alphabet Challenge Y for Young
– Divas By Design Challenge
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #304 Warm it Up
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes
– Crafting When We Can #60 Outside
– Love to Scrap #21 Anything Goes
– Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge
– Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
– Card Making Mamas Move it Challenge
– Brown Sugar Anything Goes Challenge
– Totally Papercrafts Challenge#202
– Wags n Whiskers Challenge# 120 Anything Goes
– Sweet Stampin’ Favorite Style
– Crafty Sentiments Challenge Anything Goes
– One Stitch At A Time Challenge

Tutorial: Working with Digital Images 1.2 in Silhouette Studio

Hello there!

Since I published my very first tutorial: Working with Digital Images 1.1 in Silhouette Studio in December, 2013, I have been getting more and more questions about more complex digital images. And thanks to these interesting questions, I was encouraged to create Working with Digital Images 1.2

As mentioned before, the software is Silhouette Studio and it works with both Silhouette Cameo and Silhouette Portrait.

Please note that I put this tutorial together for educational purposes only and all copyright, trademark, digital file purchase and all related laws apply. Please do not copy or sell digital images from this tutorial, all images are the property of their respective owners. If you would like to share my tutorial, please do so without altering anything and please link back to this blog post — full legal disclaimer below.

And please, let me know if you have any questions / comments / feedback — I’m happy to help!

Enjoy the tutorial and happy Silhouette Studio time!

hugs, Rita

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LEGAL DISCLAIMER: All content included in or made available through any Edwards Design Service is the property of Edwards Design or its content suppliers and protected by United States and international copyright laws. In addition, graphics, logos, page headers, button icons, scripts, and service names included in or made available through any Edwards Design services are trademarks or trade dress of Edwards Design in the U.S. and other countries. Edwards Design’s trademark and trade dress may not be used in connection with any product or service that is not Edwards Design’s, in any manner that is likely to cause confusion among customers, or in any manner that disparages or discredits Edwards Design. All other trademarks not owned by Edwards Design that appear in any Edwards Design Service are the property of their respective owners, who may or may not be affiliated with, connected to, or sponsored by Edwards Design.

Bedtime Story

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As you already know by now, I’m totally loving sweet little children images, so genuine and honestly kind. Today’s frame showcases the sweet digital stamp Bedtime Story by Milk N Coffee Digital Stamps, they are just so adorable and my artwork is part of today’s Challenge Anything but a Card by Milk N Coffee — please check out the gorgeous creations!

How did I create it? I printed the digital image onto the metallic paper and colored it with C7 Copic marker to give a good shadow effect to the image that goes on top.  Then, as my usual routine, I outlined the digital image in Silhouette Studio software and had my Silhouette cutter complete the intricate cuts — please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images.

Once the cut out is complete, I start to color the main image, which is always the most fun! I color the images with Copic Markers (list of markers below plus more photos) spending a lot of attention to details and quality. If you like this hair coloring technique, please take a look at my tutorial: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1

Once coloring is complete, I highlight some parts with Fiskars glitter gel pens or glitter glue to add a little extra glow, which looks beautiful in natural light. I used a white gel pen for the writing and Recollections rhinestone stars for the background. Also my sweet stepdaughter surprised me K&Company’s glittery pillow stickers, which I used on the sister’s hairclip (heart) and the brother’s hat (pom-pom). Then the main image is placed on foam squares to add to the 3D effect even more. Once all together, the artwork goes inside a beautiful white frame and voila!

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* artwork is available to purchase at Son of a Bean Coffee House

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The Copic markers I used:
Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20
Hair: E11, E13, E15, E18
Blue Pillow, Book, Boy’s Shirt and Hat: BG000, BG01, BG02, BG05, BG07, BG09
Purple Pillow and Girl’s Shirt: , BV00, BV01, BV02, BV04, BV08

I’m entering her in the following challenges (will list shortly):
– Creative Fingers Anything Goes 
– {PIN} spirational Challenge #89
– The Squirrel and the Fox Challenge #60 Anything Goes 
– Tiddly Inks CAS Challenge# 124
– Simon Says Stamp Monday Blues Challenge
– Make It Monday #173 Challenge 
– Copic Marker Europe CAS Challenge# 24
– Stampin for the Weekend Anything Goes
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle #66 Anything Goes
– Alphabet Challenge X for Extraordinary
– Divas By Design Let’s Celebrate
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #303 Cold and Frosty
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge #56 Let’s go to the Circus 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes
– Crafting When We Can #60 Outside
– Love to Scrap #21 Anything Goes
– Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge
– Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

Mermaid with Friends

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As you might already know, my very first Art Walk is this Saturday, January 11th — please stop by at Son of a Bean Coffee House for some awesome coffee and beautiful artwork!

If you look back a little earlier on my work, you’ll see this little mermaid, sweet image is Birthday Fishes by Tiddly Inks, first created in August 2013 —- she was my very first artwork with Copic markers so yes, she will always be close to my heart. Of course, coloring the main image is always the most fun! I color the images with Copic Markers (list of markers below plus the final photo) spending a lot of attention to details and quality. Please take a look at the very detailed tutorial: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1 that I created with this very same image.

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message for you! There are really endless options. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* available to purchase at Son of a Bean Coffee House

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The Copic markers I used:
Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20
Hair: E11, E13, E15, E18
Body: BG02, BG05, BG07, BG09
Fish: Y17, YR18, YR21

I’m entering her in the following challenges:
– Tiddly Inks CAS Challenge# 124
– Simon Says Stamp Monday Blues Challenge
– Make It Monday #173 Challenge 
– Copic Marker Europe CAS Challenge# 24
– Stampin for the Weekend Anything Goes
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle #66 Anything Goes
– Alphabet Challenge X for Extraordinary
– Divas By Design Let’s Celebrate
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #302 Banish the Blues
– Bronte and Bella Challenge #215
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge #55 New Beginning 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes

Tutorial: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1

Hello there!

I have been asked to show a printable tutorial of hair coloring and I’m happy to say it’s now complete: Coloring Hair with Copic Markers 1.1

Please note that I put this tutorial together for educational purposes only and all copyright, trademark, digital file purchase and all related laws apply. Please do not copy or sell digital images from this tutorial, all images are the property of their respective owners. If you would like to share my tutorial, please do so without altering anything and please link back to this blog post — full legal disclaimer below.

Today I’m using Tiddly Inks’ Birthday Fishes

This is a technique I learned from the very talented Alyce, Kit and Clowder — I admire her work greatly! Thank you so much 🙂

And please, let me know if you have any questions / comments / feedback — I’m happy to help!

Enjoy the tutorial and happy coloring time!

hugs, Rita

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LEGAL DISCLAIMER: All content included in or made available through any Edwards Design Service is the property of Edwards Design or its content suppliers and protected by United States and international copyright laws. In addition, graphics, logos, page headers, button icons, scripts, and service names included in or made available through any Edwards Design services are trademarks or trade dress of Edwards Design in the U.S. and other countries. Edwards Design’s trademark and trade dress may not be used in connection with any product or service that is not Edwards Design’s, in any manner that is likely to cause confusion among customers, or in any manner that disparages or discredits Edwards Design. All other trademarks not owned by Edwards Design that appear in any Edwards Design Service are the property of their respective owners, who may or may not be affiliated with, connected to, or sponsored by Edwards Design.

Little Fairy in Hidden Forest

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I would like to wish each and every one of you a wonderful 2014 and I hope that all your wishes and dreams come through this year!

Speaking of dreams… I always think of fairies as something magical coming from our dreams so today I created the lovely Fairy Fae from Tiddly Inks combined with Hidden Forest from Make it Crafty: Little Fairy in Hidden Forest.

And there’s something very unique about this image: it’s going to my very first Art Walk, which is the 2nd Saturday each month in Sacramento. If you’re in the area, please stop by at Son of a Bean Coffee House for some awesome coffee and art, I’ll be there this Saturday!

I first combined the two PNG images where the Fairy image will serve as added shadow (photo below) and had an additional Fairy image cut out by my Silhouette Portrait —- please check out my very first tutorial on how to use digital images. Of course, coloring the main image is always the most fun! I color the images with Copic Markers (list of markers below plus the final photo) spending a lot of attention to details and quality. Once coloring is complete, I highlight some parts with Fiskars glitter gel pens or glitter glue to add a little extra glow, which looks beautiful in natural light. I also used some mica fragments I found at Stampers Corner.

Please remember that I am always happy to personalize the artwork with a name, a quote or a special message, endless options really. Also, colors are always customizable options, after all Copic Markers come in 358 different colors!

Please visit my Etsy Store and  Facebook Page for more ideas and colored images. 

I am also posting more detailed photos below, please check them out too.

hugs, Rita

* available to purchase at Son of a Bean Coffee House

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The Copic markers I used — lots of colors today:

Skin: E00, E11, E13, R20
Hair: E11, E13, E15, E18
Large Flowers and Dress: RV09, RV06, RV04, RV02
Bench: E33, E35, E37, E29
Mushrooms: YR04, YR09, Y17
Other flowers: BV02, BV04, BV08
Leaves: YG07, YG09, G14, G17, G29
Moss: G21, G29, G99
Background: B000, B0000

I’m entering her in the following challenges:
– Make It Monday #173 Challenge 
– Copic Marker Europe CAS Challenge# 24
– Stampin for the Weekend Anything Goes
– Through the Craft Room Door Anything Goes
– Glitter n Sparkle #66 Anything Goes
– Alphabet Challenge X for Extraordinary
– The Paper Shelter Anything Goes
– Divas By Design Anything Goes
– 7 Kids College Funds Anything Goes
– Cute Cards #301 Anything Goes
– Bronte and Bella Challenge #215
– 613 Avenue Create Anything Goes
– Chocolate, Coffee and Cards Challenge #55 New Beginning 
– Keep it Simple! Anything Goes