I shared a few weeks ago that I have been on a color kick - busy coloring Mo's adorable images. I stopped coloring long enough to put one of the images into a card. :o) This little sweetie pie is walking around in Big Shoes.
- Color the image. There are many videos and tutorials out there on using Copics I have learned a lot from Marianne, Sandy, and Suzanne. Sandy teaches at My Creative Classroom and has Copic class starting next week. Suzanne has several videos on YouTube. After watching, be sure to practice. You will get the blending effect you want when you combine the right ink, paper and technique. Sandy was the one who introduced me to the card stock I used for this project - Cryogen White. I'm almost embarrassed to say how much I have. Don't want to run out! :o)
- Cut out the image using a die cut. Leave the die cut in place and blend color around the inside edge, adding blending in further on the bottom to give her grounding. Remove die cut.
- Use marker to add a shadow under the little girl and her purse.
- To get matching ribbon, run ink pad over ribbon several times to desired shade.
- Adhere all layers.
Stamps/Images: Mo's Digital Pencil
Paper: Cryogen White, BasicGrey, Stampin' Up! basic black, Club Scrap
Inks: Distress Ink pad crushed olive, Copic Markers
Accessories: blending tool & foam, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Joann's white ribbon
Take care and STAY POSITIVE!