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Challenge #115 We’re feeling Grey!

Written by Holly Endress. Posted in Challenges, Uncategorized

Happy Sunday everyone! Who’s ready for a new Color Challenge? A Huge Thank You to everyone who joined us for the Valentine Challenge last week!

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We’re feeling a little Grey this week with our Colors. I’m sure this scene looks pretty familiar to a few of you by this time of year. Use a minimum of at least 3 of the shades above and a neutral of your choice.

One entry will be chosen at random to receive our prize. Three additional entries will be chosen* for the “Top 3” based on their creative use of the Challenge theme. One Top Pick will be asked to join us for the Next Challenge as a Guest.

The prize winner and top three can all proudly post their brag buttons on their blogs for the world to see! The Linky will close on Friday, March 10th at 11 pm EST. The winner will have TWO weeks to claim their prize. *International winners will be responsible for shipping costs if they choose to claim their prize*

Check out what the Design Team created below to help get you started….

Our Guest this week..

Jennifer Hay 

Mama Elephant Arctic Penguins

Lisa

Altenew: Botanical Garden and Beautiful Quotes, Copics in: C0, C1, C3, C5, C7

Holly 

MFT Distress Patterns Stamp Set & Because of You, Tim Holtz Stencil Ringer, Lawn Fawn Inks (Hippo, Storm Cloud)

Jessica

Lawn Fawn Cheery Christmas

Dreaming of the Next Time

Written by jpascarella. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Happy Friday, MarkerPOP friends! How has your week been going? I have managed to sneak in some crafting time and cannot wait to show you the creations I have completed. But first, let’s move on to today’s project.

Have you seen the cute My Favorite Things’ Somebunny I Love stamp set? I fell in love with this stamp set as soon as I saw it. That sleeping bunny is super adorable!

The image is cut a few times onto white cardstock. I colored in the image using Chameleon markers. I also stamped the image onto a printed paper. The blanket part of the image is cut out and attached onto the colored image. For the background of the card, I stamped the teddy bear images with gray ink. To fill in some of the empty spaces, I stamped stars. Some of the stars are colored in with yellow. Those stars are also covered with Wink of Stella-Clear to give the stars some sparkle. The sentiment is stamped onto a printed strip of paper and attached at the top of the card. The bunny image is attached to the card using foam dots.

Be sure to check out the rest of the My Favorite Things available in the MarkerPOP store!

The following Chameleon markers were used on today’s project: YL2, YO2, NU0, NU1, NU3, BR2, BR5

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you have a great day!

Happy Birthday – Open Me!

Written by Valerie Ward. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

What fun interactive cards are! Valerie here, and I have that on my card today, featuring Lawn Fawn’s 3 Sprinkled with Joy products (1 stamp set, and 2 different die sets)! I created a birthday card, and pulled in Lawn Fawn’s Baked with Love stamp set & coordinating die set to do that.

The images are stamped with Lawn Fawn’s Black Licorice ink onto X-Press It paper, and colored with Copic markers. I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment inside the oven from Lawn Fawn’s Year Two stamp set and their Yeti ink. The background papers (yes, Lawn Fawn’s!) (links here & here) are die cut with dies from Lawn Fawn’s Stitched Square Stackables dies – Large and Small.

I went a little crazy with the sequins, but I couldn’t help it! I LOVE my Pretty Pink Posh sequins, and this was the perfect card to add a ton of them! You can see which ones I used in the Supply List below.

Thank you for stopping by; have a wonderful day, and happy crafting!

Coloring on Vellum with Copics

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi!  It is Lisa here today and I’m popping in to share my latest obsession… coloring on vellum.  I LOVE it!  I love the look of heat embossing and colored images, but when you are coloring with Alcohol markers you have to be very careful not to damage the tips of your marker by accidentally touching the embossed areas.  This is where the vellum comes into play.  I am able to heat emboss my images any color I would like, and then I am able to color on the back side of the vellum. And the results are fantastic…

Copic Markers Used: Y15, Y17, B05, B12, RV25, Stamp Set: ConCord & 9th Hello Lovely

If you use a thick enough vellum, as I have done here, you are able to hide your adhesive easily behind the larger embossed areas.  I liked the dimension that was created using one adhesive in the center of the largest flower, so I left it that way.  I finished the card with a black panel and bright sequins.

 

Thanks so much for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

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