Today’s simple card is made using Rachelle Anne Miller’s Birthday Owls. I’ve coloured it up in two different shades of purple and orange. The card base and enamel dots match the orange colour. To mix it up a little I’ve made the coloured area finish off at an angle this time.
Our theme this month, at Copic Marker Norge, is something edible. Initially I was going to use a stamp with donuts, but I got a Power Poppy gift certificate for my birthday a few days ago and I simply had to colour up this stamp! Don’t the strawberries look yummy?! I cannot wait for summer and being able to pick some in mum’s garden! Strawberries are delicious!
Copics used: R22, R24, R27, R59, R89, G21, G24, G40, N1, N3, Y11, Y13, Y38, YG01, YG17, YG23, YG97
Ever made a card for something you’ve been told you’re not allowed to make a card for? hahaha
I have. And this is the card.
There was an upcoming birthday party where I was told I wasn’t allowed to make a card for anybody, because their mom/nan had just started out with card making and didn’t want my card next to hers… So I cheated and made a very plain card for all of them in one go by adding up how old they were going to be. And yes, she liked it when she saw it so I got away with my sneaky card making! 😉
I’ve used an image from Some Odd Girl. It may be the first time I’ve coloured up one of theirs, I think. Cute, right? It is coloured in with copics. You can find the colours below.
Copics used: YR07, Y04, Y08, Y17, C1, C5, BG01, BG05, BG09, BG78, G09, Y000, E43, E47, E49
Guess what I did at the weekend! I finally took the first two out of the series to become a copic colouring master. The course was held at Bikuben with Elizabeth as our fantastic instructor. It was fun to get some new tips and see some of her colouring in person. She’s great, really! Cannot wait for the next two courses in May where there more advanced techniques that I know little to nothing about.
Today we have a new challenge over at the Copic Marker Norge blog. This time we’re playing bingo! If you count the flowers and feathers on the image itself then I’ve covered all the squares of the bingo card giving me a full house. Yey!
The papers I’ve used are Pion, the sentiment Lili of the Valley, the image (which is obviously coloured with copics) is by Ching-Chou Kuik. I am so happy with how that turned out. One of my favourites, actually, I think. Not often I am this happy with an image the first time I colour it! Oh, the cute little butterflies are from Noor Design.
Copics used are: (skin) E000, E00, E04, E11, R20, R22, (hair) E53, E555, E57, (flowers) R81, R85, RV17, R89, G82, G99, YG03, (owl) W2, W3, W5, E55, E57, (background) B0000, B000, B00, B02