Today I have another snowman card! Snowmen are easy to color since most of the body is white! I have enjoyed using this stamp with many different colors! This time I used traditional Christmas colors...red and green!
I have another Christmas card share! This one is of a snowy village! This image was challenging to find colors that worked together. I think it was successful! What do you think! I hope you enjoy!
I have a few more Christmas cards to share! I hope to get them posted by Sunday!
Here is another card I made using SP & Co. stamp titled "Three Winter Birds" This card was a challenge for me. I am limited on copic colors and I wanted each bird to have their own color. I didn't want to color them all the same. This being said I had to be creative with blending colors. Some worked better than others. Itwas a great learning project for me.
Here's the recipe:
Card stock: PTI Dark Chocolate
Patterned paper: Paper Studio "Santa & Friends
Stamp: Three Winter Birds, SP & Co. Bold Sentiments II: Holiday
Dies: MFT STAX circle 1& 2
Other: PTI twine
Copics: E08 E11 E35 E37 YR24 Y38 Y32 G24 YG 67 W1 B0000
I have a few cards to share before I send them out this year! I love this stamp from SP&Co. It's a really nice winter/Christmas stamp. It could also be used for a winter birthday card too.
I am branching out with darker copic colors! I am loving the color combo! Red and Teal!!!
I hope to take a copic coloring class in the year 2014. I am excited to learn the proper ways of using these markers!
Card base is a white sheet from Staples 110lb card stock
Pattern paper: Paper Studio "Santa & Friends"
Colored image: C.C. Designs copic paper
Dies: MFT STAX oval 1 & 2, MFT Mini tag die
Other: Martha Stewart snowflake punch, PTI twine
Copics: BG72 BG75 E44 E43 E42 RV10 W1 T0 R37 R39
I have one more card share tonight! I love snowmen! They are so cute from this line of stamps by C.C. Designs. The colors I chose for this card are not the typical Christmas colors, but I really like how it turned out!
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One more week and I am off for 2 weeks! I can't wait! Christmas is almost here and I need to stop making cards and send them out! I will miss the deadline and my cards will have to sit and wait another year before being sent!
Tomorrow I must get them addressed and stamped!
Anyway...here's another card share! I used
the traditional Christmas colors for this card. I think it turned out really pretty!
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Today I have another Christmas card post to share. Well I actually made this card a few times. I love this cute image! The reindeer is an easy image to color and what fun it was to match with my papers!
Today I have a card that isn't a Christmas card! Amazing!!! I got this stamp for my birthday(in June) from my son, Andy. I hadn't inked it up so I decided to take a break from Christmas and do something else. I chose non - traditional colors for these flowers. I haven't ever seen them in red but I thought the card came out nice! I would love to see red Calla Lillies! They would be beautiful ! Thanks so much for visiting! Please sign up if you haven't already! Would love to have you as a friend!
I have another post! I will be adding many new cards in the next few days! I have been really busy creating and having fun lately!!
This is a stamp from the Penny Black "Jolly Friends" set. I thought it was so cute! I stamped this image in Versafine and added clear embossing powder. I heated that up with my heat tool. This is a new technique for me. I discovered this when the stamp I was using didn't make a clear impression. Using the Versafine ink and embossing with clear I found the image stamped clear!
This technique is safe to use with my copic markers!
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Hello! I have been really busy making a lot of cards this past week. I hope to get many posted and linked up here on the blog soon! The first card I have to post is a Christmas card. I purchased the stamp at Michaels last week when they had the stamps on sale. I really liked this one, because it seems to lean more on the masculine side of cards. As many people who are card makers know, masculine cards can be somewhat of a challenge. (At least for me) I colored this image using my copics and used Christmas pattern paper to finish up the card. I colored this image twice as you can see, one the truck is colored in red and the other the truck is colored in blue.
Which one is your favorite?
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Hello! Today I had fun playing with this new stamp from SP&Co. I love the birds in this stamp! I colored this image first and then I matched the paper to my colors. I really lucked out finding a pretty good match to my copics. I don't own all of the colors so I was limited with color options. I was really excited when I found some Christmas paper that matched well!
Here's the ingredients to my card! CS: PTI- Ocean Tides Pattern Paper: "Ornamental Christmas" from Hobby Lobby 2012 Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black and Versamark Black Onyx
Hello! I have a quick card share I made for a friend. I used the stamp from C.C. Designs called "Butterfly Lucy". This is such a cutie! I colored her up with copics and I used a paper pad I picked up from Hobby Lobby! Princess paper!So fun! Thanks for looking! Please subscribe, would love to have you as a friend!
Hello! Today I have another tag to share! I used SP&Co. again to create this tag.
First, I made the background paper using Iced spruce, Tumbled glass and Chipped Sapphire. I used my blending tool and beginning with the lightest color I applied the inks to my white card stock. Lightly blending the colors together until I liked the finished paper.I set this paper aside to dry.
I stamped the penguin image on to C.C. Designs copic quality CS. Colored the image in with my copics. Then I cut out the penguins.
Once my background paper was dry I die cut it out using MFT Vertical Greeting die and cut off one end. I stamped the small snowflake on the background paper using SP&co. "Fancy Snowflakes." Added Recollections fine glitter to the center of each snowflake.
I used pop dots to adhere the penguins to the tag. I then stamped in PTI Blueberry Sky the sentiment to the tag using Amy R's "Frosty Sentiments.
I topped the tag off with a few blue ribbons I got from Hobby Lobby.
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Today I have another tag to share. First I began by making the background paper. I used bundled sage and peeled paint distress inks. Rubbed them on the paper using a blending tool to make the green background. I then sprayed the paper with Gold shimmer from Imagine Crafts.
I let the paper dry. I then die cut out the tag using PTI "Tag Sale #3" from my background paper.
I used the SP&Co. Stitched Journal card die and cut out the starburst shape.
On this shape I stamped the letters J and Y in PTI "New Leaf", the letters are from SP&Co."Big Build a Banner #2" and the bird is from SP&Co. "Snowman and Snowdog".
I stamped the bird
image in Memento Tuxedo black ink and colored the image with copics:
bird - R29 R35 R89 branch- E25 E29
The paper I used for the sentiment was from PTI- Pure Poppy and the
patterned paper was from Hobby Lobby "Christmas Traditions"
The finishing touches are sequins from Joann's and the ribbon is from Hobby Lobby.
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Hello! Today I have another Christmas card share. I used the Echo Park 6x6 paper pad "Tis the Season" as my inspiration. I made the banner flags and then stamped the sentiment in Versafine black onyx ink. I used SP&Co. stamp sets "Oh, Christmas Tree" and "Fancy Snowflakes" for this card. The ribbon and twine are both from Hobby Lobby.
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