A no good reason card

July 20, 2010 at 6:49 pm 1 comment

I shouldn’t really say that – I stamped the image (who makes this again – I’d appreciate anyone who can tell me since I don’t own any of these kinds of stamps) at the Copic Certification course I took in Toronto a while back. I hadn’t coloured it until last night. I had some patterned paper beside me so I used the colours from that. I knew I’d find a sketch at some point that would showcase the image (and hopefully my colouring). I searched through some old sketch challenges that I had printed off a long time ago, and found an Our Creative Corner sketch I thought would fit the image and papers. I’m not even sure which date this sketch challenge this is from, but I thank the gals over there, nonetheless!

Here is my recipe:

Card Stock – 110 lb. white, Poppy Parade (SU)
Patterned Paper – Basic Grey
Stamps – you tell me! (main image), Gina K. “Tag Lines” (sentiment)
Ink – Momento Tuxedo Black, copic markers
Accessories – oval and scalloped oval nesties, yellow grosgrain ribbon, dimensionals

C’est tout (that’s all)! This one was fun to make! Thanks for having a look!

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Entry filed under: Cards, Copic Markers, Cuttlebug, Gina K, Nesties, Stampin Up.

Color Challenge #280 (SCS) Happy Birthday Julee!

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Sue  |  July 20, 2010 at 8:34 pm

    Great colouring and wonderful choice of papers! The stamp is MFT Pure Innocence My Umbrella.

    Reply

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