Today I wanted to practice my coloring on this little cute stamp I bought at Hobby Lobby yesterday. Kind of rough looking antique stamp but I loved it!! It has other things to it, but I just used the girl. It was a bit of challenge but fun! I don't have too many trios in Copic markers, so I used the yellow for her dress since I do have a trio of colors on that one. I didn't do anything fancy like clouds because I wanted to also try out my blue B00 marker. I wanted to get the even lighter one for a softer look, but I just wanted to color with it and see how it looks. The ground too, I am practicing on that. So here it is:
Copic Markers Used:
Skin: E13, E11, E00, R22, R20
Shoes: E15, E13, E11
Dress: Y11, Y13, Y15
Bow: Y13, Y11 and a hint of YR03
Basket: R22, R20
Eggs: Variety of Colors B14, B11, R11, R14, YR03, Y304
Two birthday cards I recently made. One for my mom and the other for my grandmother. All paper/cardstock used are from either Michael's or JoAnn's fabrics. Love their sales and using the 40% - 50% off coupons.
One of my favorites. I did this one for my mom.
I did this one as an extra which I will send soon to a friend.
Father's Day cards... I am a newbie at this, so it was quite difficult to do the male theme cards... I didn't have any suitable image stamps to make the cards, so I went with simpler designs and anything I could find that I already had. This is the end result.
Oh, I should say that I love using "twine!" What a wonderful medium to add to cards! Gives it a nice, rustic look!
Very simple but I really like this one.
This piece of twine is a bit difficult to work with. All the hairs on it want to come off! :)
This piece of twine is easier to use than the one above.
Love this one too! After I made them, it was hard to decide who to give it to!