Today I’m saying “Hello” to Spring with a sweet sentimental card featuring a Stamping Bella stamped image from the new “Woodsies” collection.
Read on to see the card along with a Copic speed colouring video and info on how to grab the “colour map” for this image.
If you’re following my Instagram feed you will be aware that although I haven’t been blogging much, I am still keeping up with the 30 Day Colouring Challenge! Sadly I just haven’t been in the mood over the past week, probably because I know there are a million other things I should be doing instead. Still, I’ve managed to snatch a few minutes here and there, which is what it’s all about.
One of the things keeping me busy and away from my colouring is the huge sale I currently have over in my online store. If you’re looking for a crafty bargain, pop on over to my UK based online store where the Spring Clearance discounts on many items have been increased! You can now enjoy up to 50% off many items.
From now until midnight on 31st March you can also enjoy 15% off everything else in stock too!
NOTE: I will be closing over Easter to do the dreaded stock-take, so get your orders in now and save my sanity! 😉
I am completely in love with the “Woodsies” collection. The images are so sweet and soft, and they are a delight to colour. They are perfect for all ages and occasions too. I always tend to think that for the most part older friends and family are more taken with sweet animal images on their cards than they might be with cute kids.
The stamp I used is Stamping Bella – Bedelia Bunny available now with 15% off until 1st April from my online store here in the UK (along with all the other recent releases).
US/Canadian readers can find Bedelia Bunny and the other Woodsies direct at Stamping Bella!
I used a Lil Inker Designs stitched rounded rectangle die set to cut the image and mat to fit on my card front. The stitched rectangle dies are perfect for creating clean and simple cards that look nicely finished.
I stamped the image with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on my favourite Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring with Copic Markers.
The sentiment is from the Mama Elephant Cross My Heart clear stamp set. I stamped it with Sepia Archival Ink.
I buy the majority of my Mama Elephant stamp sets/dies and Lil Inker Designs dies from my friend Tara at Make the Day Special here in the UK.
Copic Speed Colouring Video:
Watch the video below or in HD over on Youtube.
If you want to find out the details of the Copic markers I used to colour Bedelia, when you purchase the stamp from Stamping Bella or any retailer you can get a free Colour Map with all the marker details broken down for you. These are available for all of the newest images, and older images will become available soon.
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