Mo’s girl with flowers

Someone I have known since I was very little recently had her birthday and if that doesn’t call for a handmade birthday card then what does?!

I’ve used Maja Design and Papirdesign paper together with a Mo’s Digital Pencil stamp, the doily from the new La-La Land Crafts release and Rayher number dies. Ruffle up some edges, add some ribbon and lace and some personalised sentiments and voila!

Copics used: (dress) B06, B12, B14, B37, (orange) Y11, Y19, YR07, (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) BV20, BV23, BV25, BV29, (green) G82, G94, YG61, (pink) RV55, RV66, R39

Make a wish

It is once again the 15th of the month and that means we’re kicking off another anything goes challenge over at Copic Marker Norge. This time the DT has been challenged to do no-line colouring. It’s been a while since I took the time to do one of those so when I sat down to start it took me forever to choose which image to colour! In the end I decided on a Mo’s Digital Pencil stamp called Make A Wish.

The background paper and border die are by MFT Stamps and the butterflies (which I’m sure you know by now that I have a weak spot for) are by La-La Land Crafts.

Copics used: (skin) E0000, E00, E02, E13, E15, R30, (hair) E21, E25, E27, E29, (turquoise) BG10, BG11, BG15, BG18, (purple) V12, V15, V17, (grey) N0, N1, N3, N5, N7, (green) G21, G40, G82, G94

This card has been entered into the following challenge:

Mo’s Digital Challenge – Anything Goes (spring)

Black, white and more cake

It is time for a new challenge over at Copic Marker Norge. As usual, our theme of the month is Anything Goes, and the DT have been challenged to make their projects on a certain topic. This time it is black and white, or sepia. I’ve opted for a clean and simple black and white card. I’ve used a stamp from Mo’s Digital Pencil, text stamps from Neat and Tangled and MFT Stamps and a die cut from La-La Land Crafts. I’ve drawn in the borders to have an extra design element on my card, which I decided to make as a bit of a wider rectangular than I usually do.

Copics used: N0, N1, N3, N5, N7, N9

An apple a day…

Today I have another inspirational post up on Copic Marker Norge. This time I’ve used the super cute Apple from Mo’s Digital Pencil. It is a while since I coloured her up, so it was about time I turned it into a card. It took a while to pick out the papers to go with as I’d decided to not do a CAS card this time and I wanted it to have somewhat of a country feel to it. Grey-brown, purple and red are not really colours I would just pick to make a card of, but I gave it a go and I’m very pleased with how it turned out.

The papers are by Lemoncraft and Lili of the Valley, and the sentiment is by MFT Stamps.

Close-up of the colouring:

Copics used: (skin) E00, E02, E04, E13, E15, (hair) E08, E18, E19, E49, E97, (brown) E70, E71, E74, E77, E79, (stool) E42, E43, E44, E47, (purple) V01, V04, V06, V09, (green) YR01, YR13, YR67, (apples) R22, R24, R39, R89

Merry Christmas everyone!

Today is the day we celebrate Christmas in Norway and I have the honour of showing off a project for the last day of the Christmas calendar over at Copic Marker Norge. I spent forever and a half to decide on what to colour and eventually decided to combine two images from Mo’s Digital Pencil (singing elf Brynn and singing elf Wynn) and colour it up with no-lines. It went great until the very end where a great red blob threatened to ruin the image. Thankfully my stubbornness came in handy and I managed to fix it up reasonably well, so I don’t think you can see it too well know without knowing it’s there.

I’ve used paper from Papirdesign, a sentiment from Kort og Godt and then twine and ribbon and lace and a charm as well from various places.

And with this card I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas!

Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, R20, (hair) E31, E34, E37, (white) W0, W1, W3, (red) R22, R24, R27, R29, R39, (brown) E70, E71, E74, E77, (green) YG13, YG63, YG67, (yellow) Y13, Y19, (books) E41, E42, E43, (ground) C0, C1, C3, (sky) B60 + white pen