Magnolia Blossoms

Did you see the video I put up in the middle of March? Well, you can find it here, if you haven’t seen it yet. I’m showing how I coloured up this stamp from My Favorite Things called Magnolia Blossoms. Today the card is ready. I’ve drawn in a black whimsical border and some random dots, gave it a narrow cut to have a white border on the side. Then I used black ink on a stamp by Avery Elle.

Colouring Video – Magnolia Blossoms

I have another pencil colouring video for you today. This time I’ve used a stamp by My Favorite Things called Magnolia Blossoms. The image has been stamped twice at slightly different angles using GinaK Designs’ Amalgam Ink and it has been coloured up using Prismacolor Premier Pencils.

There’s no audio this time either and the video itself has been sped up so that it is twice as fast as the real time colouring. Then you have an idea of how long it took to colour it. It takes longer to make the actual video than it takes to colour up the image, that’s for sure!

If you’d rather watch the video directly on YouTube, please click here.

Pencils used: (brown) 947, 945, 943, 997, (green) 109, 1097, 1005, 989, (pink) 994, 929, 928, 1014, 938

Saucer Magnolia

I’ve coloured up this stamp twice, in pink. The first one was using pencils (you can see the card here) and this second one is coloured up with my Copic markers. The stamp is called Saucer Magnolia and is by Power Poppy. I’ve made a pretty simple card out of it. A border die to cut the panel and then I actually used washi tape for the patterened background. Yup, washi tape! It’s wide and awesome and by Altenew. I don’t use a lot of washie tape normally, but I really love this one! To finish it off I glued it onto a pink card base so you can only see the sides of it, embossed a Mathia Design sentiment and used a few transparent dots around the text.

Big gift

Another layered card in red using Maja Design papers. I’ve really used a lot of this time around. The reason for that, I suppose, is that I have been making several cards at once so it’s handy to just use up all the paper, instead of saving half or 3/4 of something. This time I’ve used some cheese cloth and a Magnolia stamp with it, as well as a Papirdesign sentiment.

I should be back to adding the Copic numbers from tomorrow’s post onwards. If you are curious about any here, just pop a comment to this post.

Tilda with a bell

Can you tell I’m back at making loads of layered cards for Christmas this year? And I haven’t even shown you half of them yet, I think… Oh well! Time for another blue one using Magnolia this time. The sentiment is by Lili of the Valley.

Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E02, E13, E15, (hair) E08, E18, E19, E97, (blue) B91, B93, B95, B97, (white) N0, N1, N3, (brown) E70, E71, E74, E77, (green) BG90, BG93, BG96, BG99, (basket) E41, E43, E44, (bell) Y13, Y19, YR04