Read on to see my card for today featuring some adorable new clear stamps and an older digital image, plus a Copic Colour Palette to go with it!
I’ve got a fun little CAS belated birthday card to share with you today that also doubles up as my 30 Day Colouring Challenge piece for the day!
Read on to see the card along with a Copic Marker Colour Palette showing all the markers used on the image.
Today’s card has the honour of being my very first creation for 2015, as well as being the first colouring I’ve done since early December. I was definitely feeling a little rusty. 😉
I hope your New Year is off to a good start. Remember to be kind to yourselves this year and enjoy it!
Read on for the card, blog hop details and a Copic Colour Palette for the image.
I wasn’t sure it would happen, but here I am with a final Christmas card for 2014! Read on to see the card, a speed colouring video and get some updated waffle from me. 😉
My friend Zoe from Make it Crafty recently gave away a gorgeous Christmas digi free to newsletter subscribers.
I think she may still be available, so pop on over to the Make it Crafty FB page to check out the details and sign up (it is worth subscribing on Facebook and via the newsletter so you don’t miss the freebies that Zoe generously gives away from time to time)!
As soon as I saw Phoebe’s Christmas Wish I knew I wanted to create a very simple Christmas card with her cropped to one side. Sometimes I puzzle for ages over how I want to use an image, sometimes I just know.
Keep reading to see the card and for some discussion about Copic reds, a marker palette and speed colouring video. Phew, you may want to grab a tea/coffee first! 😉
It has been a while, but finally I have found the motivation/energy to deal with digging out and setting up my video camera! Last weekend I decided to play and shoot a little video for you which I’m sharing in today’s post. The video is a little under ten minutes long and there is no commentary, just colouring. I will be sharing more videos in future, so if you enjoy watching them make sure you subscribe!
I hope you’ll enjoy taking a little glimpse at how I coloured the sweet little dragon image from Make it Crafty. I have a card and Copic Marker Colour Palette to share as well, so read on for the fun stuff!
As soon as I saw the Mama Elephant “Peek a Frame” die set I knew I wanted to create a fun card using the Make it Crafty Mini MonstaBoyz and Mini Monstagalz stamps. It turned out better than I envisaged, and is so cute I could burst!
I’m a firm believer in giving spooky images the opportunity to shine for all sorts of occasions, not just Halloween. Since it was Paul’s birthday this week I decided I’d create a fun spooky scene card for him. I love to create scenes with stamps and as it had been a while since I last created one, this was a lot of fun.
I’ve added a handy Copic Colour Palette at the end of my post for you, showing the markers I used on my scene card.
It’s time for Make it Crafty to pour a round of drinks at the super special tea party celebrations!
Not only are we celebrating the magical release of Alice in Wonderland, but Make it Crafty has turned 3! All thanks to YOU, the incredible artists and the amazing Make it Crafty team!
Let’s dance around from chair to chair, sipping a drink, eating a cake, shrinking then growing with excitement as you watch the entertainment unfold before your eyes.
Be careful not to miss the hidden words as you’ll need to collect them along the way and string them all together to form a quote. Simply enter the quote at the end of the hop for a chance to win!
My card features the one and only MAD HATTER! You may or may not know that the Mad Hatter is one of my very favourite characters. I love Mad Hatter images and this one definitely shot to the top of my list!
Isn’t he awesome?
I printed the image on Make it Colour Blending Card and coloured with ShinHan Touch Twin Markers (available in the UK from Jackson’s Art Supplies). I coloured the background using my markers, first colouring the whole area with the lighter shade and then drawing random circles over the top with the darker shade.
The background paper is from the Graphic 45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe 8×8 pad, which I recoloured using Lindy’s Stamp Gang Magicals – Witch’s Potion Purple. The gear shapes were cut using a Tim Holtz Sizzix Alterations die, and coloured using a shimmering gold paint, which I also used to distress the edges of my papers.
The fun doesn’t stop here and if you head over to ASA’s blog she’ll be sure to treat you with…