Hello! Thank you all for the kind messages yesterday! We have some new stuff coming and one of them is a Mother’s Day card that can be downloaded, printed and then colored. With the card also comes a test sheet to keep track of markers with various paper types. So many beautiful coloring options. Some examples and links are below!
A quick sympathy card today. This is a clean layout with just one layering swatch and two stamps. The flower is EE65 and was colored with alcohol ink markers. The ribbon hole was created with EK Success Vertical Slot punch.
This card is white cardstock folded at top with a swatch of dull gloss colored with the edge of an ink pad. I just start at the edge and rub the paper across the ink pad in each direction until I feel it has enough color. The stripes on the purple piece of paper is created with HH28 (link below). The flower is colored with alcohol inks. Links to stamps and cutting die are below!
Happy Thursday! I love my copic markers and using them mostly on dull glossy paper but you have to use dark markers unlike white card stock that usually likes lighter markers better. I have charts with the colors to help me match to paper.
Sorry the picture is not very good but these charts really help me with my color selection
Happy November! I thought I had better get back in the swing of things! We’ve been pretty occupied around our house. I don’t know where the time goes. My friend Heidi made some cards a while back and so I thought I would post them. She does amazing work. I hope you enjoy I got to stamp most of the day yesterday and it was so much fun. Sometimes you forget how relaxing it can be.
Keeping it simple with this card. First, cut out three scalloped ovals of white dull gloss paper and stamp the flowers. Very important to set the ovals aside to dry before coloring. Then stamp the words on the lower portion of a 4×5.25” piece of white dull gloss. Again, important to let ink dry before coloring and assembling! The middle scallop oval is popped up with a 3D dot. Links are below!