I’m finally back again with a card today. As we’re starting our challenges at Copic Marker Norge a bit later this autumn, I’ve decided to make a couple of inspirational posts this week. The summer has been pretty hectic so I’ve prioritised colouring over card making, but I guess it’s time to even it out a bit again as my pile of coloured up stamps is getting quite big! Here is a card I’ve made using one of Mo’s Digital Pencil stamps.
Last month I signed up as a patreon of Mo’s Digital Pencil. Basically I love her stamps, would hate if she stopped drawing things I can colouring aaaaand there’s a free image each month. Sounds great to me! Anyway, this card here is made with this month’s stamp which will be in the shop next month. I absolutely love it and will colour it up again soon!
I’ve coupled it with a background stamp by MFT Stamps, a little bit of distress oxide ink for a colourful dash on the side and obvioutely my Copic Markers.
I finally have another colouring video for you! It is a Mo’s Digital Pencil stamp called Make A Wish and I have coloured it up in no-lines. To colour up in no-lines you can print out a digital stamp in really faint lines, or you can use a pale coloured ink (or stamp several times with a dark one without reapplying the ink) on a rubber or clear stamp. I used this to make a card a few months back, but there’s been so much going on that I’ve only just managed to get the video done! Better late than never, right?
There is no audio on this video. I will try to add that to my next one again, though.
If you’d rather view the video directly on You Tube, please click here.
Here is the card I made with the finished colouring.
I coloured this image up a while ago, in February in fact, for the previous 30 day challenge hosted by Kathy Rac. I always end up having quite a few coloured images laying around after these challenges, and as there is one going on right now my pile is stacking up nicely. It was quite fun to colour up, especially with all the folds on the shirt and the funky hair. I made a little scene to go with it too. The stamp is from Mo’s Digital Pencil.