Pink Azalea

Another clean and simple card from me today. This time I’ve made a card using one of the flower stamps from Power Poppy. I had a bit of a accident with my copics right at the end when colouring it up, a big massive near-black coloured blob. I managed to fix it, mostly, and then I fussy cut the image. The background it something I made using one of the pink distress oxide inks and a heart stencil, and the text stamp is by Huldra Designstudio.

Copics used: (pink) RV52, RV55, RV17, R39, R89, (green) YG01, YG13, YG63, YG67, (brown) E21, E25, E29 + white pen

Huldra-flowers

Today I’m showing you a card I made using the floral stamp from Huldra Designstudio. As one of my first cards for them featured this stamp on a layered card, I wanted to show something entirely different. So clean and simple in pink it is!

I dag har jeg laget et kort for Huldra Designstudio med blomsterstempelet. Et av mine første DT-prosjekter der hadde også samme stempel, og siden jeg synes det er gøy å lage totalt forskjellige kort med samme stempel, så ville jeg lage noe helt annet denne gangen. Siden det ble lilla og lag-på-lag sist, så måtte det nesten bli noe enkelt denne gangen, i rosa.

Copics used: RV09, RV52, RV55, YG01, YG13, YG67 + sakura gelly roll 08 – white

A simple floral card

A clean and simple floral card today using the wonderful country bouquet from Power Poppy. I coloured it in with Copics. If you’d like to colour it in a similar way, you can find my tutorial on how to colour up this image here.

Copics used: (green) YG13, YG67, (yellow) Y11, Y13, Y19, Y38, (red) R22, R24, R27, R89, (orange) Y19, Y38, YR18, E08, (centre of flowers) E08, E97 (grey) W3, W7,

Countryside bouquet

It’s been a while since I shared a proper clean and simple card. Here I’ve coloured in an image, put it on purple card stock, added a few pearls and a sentiment. I do like them like this. The image I’ve used is from Power Poppy, Countryside Bouquet, and I’ve listed all the colours I used at the bottom of the post. This card has been made for the current moodboard challenge over at the Copic Marker Norge blog.

Copics used: (green) YG13, YG67, (yellow) Y11, Y13, Y19, Y38, (red) R22, R24, R27, R89, (orange) Y19, Y38, YR18, E08, (blue) V000, B91, B93, B97, (centre of flowers) E08, E97 (grey) W3, W7, (background) W0, W1, Y000, V000

Distressed rainbow, and a dragon

Today I have a very colourful card to show you. I made the background using various distress oxide inks, mostly just to see if I could manage to make something like a rainbow. I thought it turned out pretty cool so I flicked some water onto it to get the right effect and decided to keep it and use it as a background for a card. The stamp I chose to go with it is from Wild Rose Studio, and it had been forever since I last coloured it so it was about time, right?!

I decided, as usual nowadays, to keep the card clean and simple, so I used some plain card stock in a deep orange colour to which I added a text stamp from My Favorite Things.

Copics used: (green) YG01, YG13, YG63, YG67, (lilac) V00, V12, V15, V17, (yellow) Y11, Y13, Y19, (red) R22, R24, R59