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    Autumn Teddy Bear – 3 Step Technique for Coloring Fur

    Written by Marie Gamber. Posted in Tips & Tricks, Tutorials


    Hi there! Marie here with another mini video for you. I will show my 3 step technique for coloring fur.

    In this video, I will combine the following techniques

    Dimensional Coloring
    Stipple Technique
    Colorless Blender



    My other video’s can be found


    Supplies Used

    Autumn Teddy (CC Designs)

    Copic Alcohol Ink
    Copic Opaque White Ink
    Copic Colorless Blender marker

    120# White cardstick base
    Bazzill Peanut Fudge Cardstock
    Cryogen – Curious Metallic
    Autumn Song Collection by Bo Bunny

    Foilage  Die
    Crafter’s Companion Double Sided Adhesive


    The paper bow was crated with my left over design paper!


    Thank you so much for stopping by.

    See you next week with another crafty video.


    A Little Boo

    Written by Kelli Cortes. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

    Hi, everyone!  Kelli here today with one final Halloween card to share with you!  Halloween cards are probably one of my favorite to make so I had to sneak one more in before it was too late.

    The three monsters are from the Lawn Fawn – Monster Mash stamp set.  I stamped them in Memento – Tuxedo Black ink onto X-Press It – Blending Paper and colored them with Copics:
    BV04, BV02, BV01, BV00
    YG09, YG07, YG05, YG03
    YR18, YR16, YR14, YR12

    I cut them all out using the coordinating Lawn Fawn – Monster Mash die set.  The ‘BOO’ is from the Lawn Fawn – Critters in Costume stamp set and is cut out using the Critters in Costume die set.

    I cut the tree out using the Paper Smooches – Seasonal Tree die set and adhered it directly to the background layer.  For the background I cut out a piece of X-Press It Blending Paper using one of the dies from the Lawn Fawn – Small Stitched Rectangle Stackables dies.  To add color I used the Dusty Concord Distress Ink from Kit #8 and the Faded Jeans from Kit #5 and blended them together using the 1″ Round Ink Blending Tool.  The stars were heat embossed over the top using a few stamps from the Lawn Fawn – Spooktacular stamp set.

    The green patterned paper that I used for the grass is from the Doodlebug – Kraft in Color (Color) 6×6 paper pad and the orange ‘BOO’ and background layer are from the Lawn Fawn – Into the Woods 6×6 paper pad.

    The card base is the Lawn Fawn – Walnut Woodgrain Note Card.  There are also kraft and white envelopes that go with this particular sized notecard!  Everything was adhered using the Crafter’s Companion – Adhesive Runner and dimensional foam adhesive.

    To finish everything off I added some Wink of Stella Glitter Pen in Clear to random parts of the monsters and a few of the outlined stars.

    Thanks so much for stopping by.  Have a great day!  :)

    Copic Boo Monsters Scene 1 Copic Boo Monsters Scene 2 Copic Boo Monsters Scene 3 MP Kelli Badge


    Written by Monica Edwards. Posted in 3D, Anything But a Card

    Hi everyone Monica here and I know Halloween is approaching, but I wanted to share a tealight project I made. I thought it was a good night light for my friends little girl.  This was actually a birdhouse, but I turned it over and made a night light instead.  I used La-La Land Snowflake Garland Marci.



    Skin: E000, E00, E04, E11

    Hair: E40, E42, E42, E44, E47

    Dress: R35, R39

    Shoes: E31, E33, E35


    I added some string pearl and some tulle as added decor and I loved how it turned out.  Well I hope everyone enjoyed my post for today and thanks so much for stopping by and everyone have a safe Halloween!!


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