It’s been a while since I made a card with my magnolia stamps, so I thought I’d make one. Opted for a green and purple combination.
And the Copic colours I used? I honestly don’t remember, but it looks like it could be my usual skin colours, the E70-series for the hair, the V10-series for the purple, the C for the white and I’m sure there were various YGs for the green.
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.
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.
Here is my third project for the new La-La Land Crafts release. It’s been fun colouring up the portrait stamps! In fact I’ve already coloured them all up twice and you’ll get to see the others over the next few days as well. I decided to use purple for this one and I think the colour makes everything stand out so nicely. I’ve combined the older Absolutely Perfect word stamp with the new filler words set and they work so great together! You can see how pretty the doily is here as well and of course, butterflies!