Whimsy Stamps have several new digital stamps out each month. One of the ones that were released this month is this cute little one with her cake. Her name is Princess and she’s a part of the CC Designs collection.
As I can’t do much colouring at the moment, my hands won’t let me, I’ve finally gotten around to using up some of the images I’ve already coloured up! I’ve made a very simple card that works for a lot of occasions. A just because, or father’s day, or just to brighten someone’s day. I love the little cub. The stamp set is from Neat and Tangled, the word die from MFT Stamps and the striped paper is from Pion Design.
Here is a close-up of the colouring
Copics used: E70, E71, E74, E77, E79, V91, V93, V95, R22
Tiddly Inks is due with a new challenge! This time around we’d like to see projects with the theme of Friends and Family.
I decided to go with a wedding card. I mean… there is no secret that I love the Tiddly Inks wedding images! This one was out this summer and I think it might be my new favourite for wedding cards. Isn’t it lovely? It is called Garden Wedding. And as always, it’s been coloured in with copics. You can find the colours I used at the bottom of the post.
Along with Pion Design paper, I’ve used various bits from Wild Orchid Crafts (ribbon and flowers), Memory Box (hearts) and I think the butterflies might be Noor Design.
And another photo…
Copics used: (skin) E000, E00, E04, E11, (hair) E25, E27, E31, E34, E59, (dress) W0, W1, W2, (suit) W3, W5, W7, W9, 100, (flowers and tie) RV23, R39, G21, YG67, G99, (grass) YG01, YG03, YG67, G99 + white gel pen
I’ve been enjoying colouring up images by Mo’s Digital Pencil the past couple of weeks. This tall cake one I bought specifically to use for a couple of birthday cards I had coming up. Isn’t she the best?!
For the cake my sister insisted I needed to have some glitter. I used mostly transparent glitter, but with a bace layer of R00 and R12. As you can see from the colour list below, you don’t need to use a lot of Copics to colour up a pretty image and make it into a card. This time I stuck with just 2 colours for most of it, sometimes 3 if I was colouring up bigger areas. It was fun colouring up a lighter image again after the very bright contrast ones I’ve done in the past few blog posts!
I’ve used a fair few dies on this card: butterfly and leaf die by Precious Marieke, border die by La-La Land, alphabet die by Kaboks and gratulerer by Papirdesign. The flowers are as usual by Wild Orchid Crafts. And I used a bit of white acrylic paint around the edges of most elements.