Create a project using your Copics or any of the markers that we carry!
You may play along with other challenges, but excessive challenge pile-ons (more than 10) will result in disqualification for our amazing prize. As always, have fun creating!
For the prize, we have a Mystery Box filled with crafting goodies!
One entry will be chosen at random to receive our prize. Three additional entries will be chosen for the ‘Top 3′ based on their amazing coloring skills. The prize winner and top three can all proudly post their brag buttons on their blogs for the world to see!
Entries are due by Sunday, March 6, 2015 at noon CST. Winner will have TWO weeks to claim their prize.
**International winners will be responsible for shipping costs if they choose to claim their prize**
I have 4 wonderful “little” brothers: the 3 youngest and I have the same mom, but different dads; their dad is full blown Irish, so I have a St. Patricks Day card to send them (I created 3 different versions of this)! I had a blast creating this card using old AND new PS products:
- Sweet Escape stamp set & coordinating die set (from this past November)
- A Magical Spring stamp set & coordinating die set (from last March!)
The rainbow die I used we do not carry in the MP store anymore, so Lawn Fawn’s Rainbow die would work just as nicely (and a pack of rainbow glitter paper!). And I used Mama Elephant’s Grassy Trio die set for the grass.
The images are stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto X-Press IT paper, and colored with Copic Sketch markers (colors listed at the end). I stamped the gold pot with MFT’s new Pineapple Pigment ink.
In the next image, you can see how I die cut the rainbow shape out of the card base, and then glued the rainbow color pieces into the open space, to keep it all flush. It looks so nice in person (very clean).
Isn’t Mr. Leprechaun just the cutest? I also colored him with red hair; that turned out reaaly nice.
The Copic colors I used are:
- Skin: E000, E00, E11 / R20
- Hair: C00, C01, C03
- Greens on leprechan: G12, G14, G16
- Yellows on leprechan: Y13, Y15, Y17
- Blacks for buildings: C5, C7, C9
- Grass for city scene: G20
- Four-leaf clover: G24, G28
Thanks for stopping by today; have a wonderful day and a great week!
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