Hi everyone! Samantha here, bringing you a valentine’s themed card. This one features SP and Company stamps AND my favorite stamp from The Greeting Farm – Edward!! I am a Twilight fanatic and this little guy is just oh so cute!
I colored Edward in with the following Copic colors:
- For the hair and eyes: E31, E33, E35, and E37
- For the skin: E00
- For the shirts: Y15, Y17, and YG23
- For the pants: B93 and B95
- For the shoes: B39
Then I stamped and layered the banner from the SP and Company Pretty Pendants stamp set. In the center of each of the pendants, I stamped the tiny heart from the SP and Company Rain Boots stamp set (the heart is one of the many cute little shapes for you to use to decorate the rain boots!!). On the very corner of the banner, I used a black Copic Multiliner SP (SP multiliners are refillable!) to draw a line and a bow to extend the banner across the entire card.
And finally the sentiment was stamped from the SP and Company I Love Love stamp set.
The following Stampin’ UP classic inks were used: Real Red, Tempting Turquoise, and Pretty in Pink.
The black ink is Memento Tuxedo Black.
Hi! Wanda, here! Today I’m sharing my favorite trick – Copics and ribbon. have you ever searched high and low for that PERFECT color of ribbon? Search no more…make your own! Did you know that you can have 350 different colors of ribbon?? Yes – by coloring white ribbon with Copic Markers!
I started today with my three favorite colors for Spring…Pink, Blue and Chartreuse…and some plain white grosgrain and some black and white gingham ribbons…
Color directly onto your ribbon and voila! It’s magic!
With the plain white ribbon you can get a little wild and crazy…stripes, dots, blending colors together. The only thing stopping ya is your imagination! Have fun and play with it! Make that gorgeous dark teal blue ribbon for your card…or blend all the colors of the rainbow in a tie dye effect!
Hi everyone! Welcome to color challenge #13!
As always, to enter, follow these easy steps:
1. Become a follower of our blog, if you aren’t already.
2. Post your original creation with your entry and the link back to iCopic’s Color Challenge on your blog. You can make ANY type of project that includes the use of Copics: greeting card, scrapbook page, altered art, 3D project, illustration, etc. Anything goes as long as Copics are used!
3. The colors need to be as close to the challenge’s color theme as possible.
The challenge will end on Sunday, January 23rd (Noon EST). The winner will be chosen by the True Random Number Generator.
And here is a beautiful project from Linda. She used some brand new Copic Ciao colors!! YAY!
*designates new Ciao markers
Enter the challenge here:
Hi all! It’s Alyssa today with a fun little valentine’s day card. I really wanted to focus today on skin shading and use some of my newer skin tones. This cute little Cupid is a free digital stamp I found somewhere in my blog hopping. ETA: This Cupid was a freebie that was given away on the Make It Crafty blog for Christmas. He is now for sale. He’s just adorable and oh.so.fun to color! I’ll start with the close up of the coloring:
His skin is colored with E000, E00, E02, E11 & E13. The shaded or shadowed areas are colored first with E13 and blended out with E11. These shades can also be used for a more Latino or tan color skin. Next, I blended with E00 and finally E000. The E02 is for the blush in his cheeks.
The gold banner around his waist is colored with Y21, Y26, & Y28. I really wanted it to blend with the gold ribbon I used, so I used a clear glitter pen, scribbled some on and moved the glitter around with an aquapainter.
The sentiment is embossed on a heart and leads you to the inside of the card.
Hope you are all off to a great start on your weekend! You still have a few days to play along with iCopic color challenge #12 – White, Yellow & Pink for a chance to win some fabulous SP & Company stamps! Thanks for stopping by! :o) lyss
Blender pen, BG10, C1, E000, E00, E02, E11, E13, E25, E27, E29, E31, E33, R24, R29, Y21, Y26, Y28