OK, I loved that image of the two hedgies facing each other yesterday and DH thought it was cute too, so that lead to my making a bunch of note cards with it. Just a basic A2 sized card. I took a strip of white card stock and stamped the hedgies on that, facing each other in black Versafine ink.
They looked a bit bare and stark. Luckily I found out recently that Versafine is a permanent pigment ink that is good with watercolours (reading labels - it's a good thing!), so I decided to get all watercolour on some hedgie butt.
I lightly coloured with watercolour pencils, using an umber on the bodies, and a touch of pink at the ears, and blended with water brushes. I then layered the white decorated stock onto a dark gray card stock to frame it. I used some leftover card stock pieces to add colour on the face of the white cards, laying the framed image on the coloured stock.
Finally, I stamped some sentiments on strips of leftover white cardstock, which I then layered on a wee bit of coloured stock to match the larger frame, and popped those on foam pop up adhesives.
I made a good dozen of them in different colours. Above is a few of my favourites. I think they are cute hedgies and DH likes the addition of the colour.