Friday, October 17, 2014

The Pitcher

As baseball season is winding down, I thought this card would be an appropriate share. I colored this super cute image called Pitcher by Saturated Canary with Copic markers.

The image was cut out with the Lattice Rectangle die by Spellbinders and adhered to a SSS Slate card base. I added a little Wink of Stella glitter marker to her uniform, lips and eyes.

I originally colored this image as practice in the Online Card Classes Copic class and had not intended to make a card from it. But she was too cute not to display. The next time I color this image I will definitely tone down the pitchers mound and grass so that the girl is more prominent.

Here are the Copic color combos I used:

hair: E50, E55, E57, E59,, E08
skin: E21, E30, E31, R83
eyes/lips: B32, B24 / R83, RV17
uniform: R83, RV17, 0, W00, W3, W5
baseball: W00, W3
shoes: E21, W3, W5
dirt: E00, E21, E33
grass: G14, G20, YG25, 0

Happy TGIF!!

Monday, October 13, 2014

Witch's Laundry

Hi there! Today I have another card made with die cuts colored with Copic markers. I shared this card yesterday.

Naturally, when I went to write this post, the post-it note with the Copic information was nowhere to be found....poof....gone. I'm certain I will find it stuck to something later!

Here are the supplies I used:
dies: Cheery Lynn Designs Witch's Laundry / Memory Box Woodland Branch
sentiment: Peachy Keen Stamps September 2012 KC
EP: Ranger Black Sparkle  embossing powder
ink:  Versamark
glitter: Ranger Stickles Firefly & Purple
vellum: Worldwin Papers Frost Iridescent  translucent vellum
other: Ranger Glossy Accents / pattern paper & brads (stash)

This is the last card I am sharing in the Copic class at Online Card Classes before gallery submissions are closed. But I have a couple more to share here on my blog, so keep an eye out! Thanks for stopping by today!!

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Glowing Candles

Hello! Todays card is for day 13 at the OCC Copic class.  I used the Memory Box die, Glowing Candles, for my image, coloring it with Copic markers and a clear Wink of Stella brush pen. I inlaid the die cut into the front panel and popped it up on the card base. For my sentiment, I cut the "peace" die from the Wet Paint Holiday" set by Papertrey Ink 5 times, glued them together for added dimension and adhered it to the front panel. Easy-peasy card!

Here are the rest of the supplies that I used.
cardstock: Neenah solar white /  My Favorite Things Kraft
candles: Y000/11/15, YR23, BG10/11/13/15, N0
flame: Y15, YR16/18
leaves: YG25/97, G28/29, N0
berries: R46

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Robot Vampire

Today I am sharing a card I made in the latest class by Online Card Classes called Copic Markers for Card Makers.  The image I colored, Robot Vampire, was provided by OCC courtesy of Tiddly Inks.

Here is a list of the supplies I used:

card stock: Cryogen Heavenly White, Neenah, SSS Slate, POW charcoal glitter, Bazzill
die: Memory Box Spooky Frame
stamp: SU! Tiny Tags
other: SU! Basic Black marker, Orange Peel Stickles, Baker's Twine
Copics: W03,W05, W09 / 110 / C0, C02  / YR16, YR18

Today was the last day of the interactive class, but their classes are self-paced and can be purchased anytime here.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

winnie & walter and simon.....oh my

Its "share the love" week over on the winnie & walter blog and they are sharing it with Simon (of Simon Says Stamp, of course). Day 1's challenge was to create a rainbow color palette project using SSS and w&w products.

Here is my card:

The "happy" sentiment is from winnie & walter's The Big, the Bold, and the Happy stamp set.  I blended distress inks through the Peppermint Stripe stencil by SSS, cut the front panel down and popped it up onto the card base. Under the panel is what I call the over blend - the ink that went outside the stencil and lines up perfectly with the stripes of color. I finished off the card with some white thread, iridescent white sequins (Darice), matte black faceted crystals (Prima) and a silver heart sequin (Pretty Pink Posh).

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

Friday, August 22, 2014

Happy Birthday Sunshine

My share today is a card I made for the Papertrey Ink Make It Monday Challenge. The challenge is to  use the negatives leftover from a die-cut to create a background. I used the cover plate from the Stamp-a-Faire 2014 Ancient Rome set.

I did a wash on a piece of Tim Holtz watercolor paper with Distress inks (squeezed lemonade, mustard seed and ripe persimmon) and using the negative pieces from the cover plate, created a mosaic sun.

The sentiments are from 2 PTI stamp sets - Butterfly Dreams and Phrase Play #1. The colored card stock is called Canyon Clay and is from PTI as well.

The remaining supplies I used are Ranger gold embossing powder, Pretty Pink Posh gold heart sequin, Versafine onyx black ink and VersaMark ink.

Friday, August 15, 2014 11

Class dismissed!! Today was the last day of Stretch Your Stamps 2 and it was a play day.  Here is my card...

I used most of the technique shown by Jennifer but took the easy way out and die cut a sentiment.

Supplies:  Stampendous Frantage Aged Hunter embossing enamel / Ranger gold embossing tinsel / Ranger white enamel accents / Paper Smooches Quote Tag die / Tim Holtz Sizzix Harlequin embossing folder / Studio Calico wood veneer heart / Bazzill Basics Blackbeard card stock / Neenah white card stock

As always, I enjoyed Online Card Classes latest class. You definitely get the most bang for your buck!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.