Today I snuck in a little coloring. I used my Stampin’ Blends. I really like these markers especially since they coordinate with all the ink and paper colors for Stampin’ Up. Don’t forget the tools and inks are on sale until midnight if you want to pickup a few to tryout.
I will add some more accents to the image over the next few days, and will then show you the completed projects for these colored images in the next couple weeks.
Happy Wednesday and keep crafting!
This is a digi image called “Snowy Church”.
Today I decided to do a little coloring for a Christmas card. I thought it was a good break while putting up the Christmas tree. I always seem to take 2-3 days to put up the tree.
I have this beautiful stamp set from Power Poppy, Bough Wow Wow. Power Poppy have such detailed stamps which are great for coloring. I stamped the image on Neenah white cardstock using StazOn ink and my Stamparatus. I colored the image with my Copic markers first, then I came back to it and added the accents with Chameleon Color Tones and a white gel pen. I sharpened the lines using my Momento black marker.
I have a few more images stamped to color so be on the lookout for more coloring and cards for the holidays. I hope everyone has had a great weekend and don’t forget to get a little “me” shopping done along with your Christmas shopping for family and friends!
Happy Thanksgiving Day to everyone! Here’s a card I made at the weekend for the holiday. I’m trying to get myself creating again despite all the bustling of the holiday season. I’m enjoying today relaxing with some knitting, all the usual foods of the holiday, and of course some quality time with the family including the pets.
I stamped this pumpkin from Stampendous from their “Fall Arrangement” on Neenah #130 cardstock. I wanted to try a thicker cardstock for coloring with my Stampin Blends markers. After coloring the pumpkin arrangement, I used my corner rounder on the detailed punch on the plaid DSP and adhered the pumpkin.
I then popped the simple Happy Thanksgiving sentiment on some scrap Whisper White cardstock using Cherry Cobbler ink. Cherry Cobbler is a perfect match for the plaid in this Festive Farmhouse DSP. I always love plaid paper and this DSP is by far my favorite from this holiday catalog.
Lastly I added the sentiment inside the card using Cherry Cobbler ink to match the plaid Festive Farmhouse DSP.
List of supplies:
Stampin Up products
Gray Granite cardstock
Whisper White cardstock
Festive Farmhouse DSP
Cherry Cobbler ink pad
Detailed Trio punch
Fall Arrangement stamp set
Right at Home products
Be Thankful sentiment stamps
*paper trimmer, scissors, and double sided tape