CAS coloring and die cuts

Hello!

A clean and simple card using my new stamps from WPlus 9, Get Well Gang.

So many cute images in the set but for today I used the dog image. I colored him with copic and promarker then diecut him along with the mouse and a medicine bottle.

I also run an embossed wonky stitches though it doesn’t show much in the paper. I need to add another paper next time to emphasize the embossing.

For some color, I also added some colored dots and distress inks in the background.

I used a sketch from CAS Colours and Sketches, Challenge #190 Sketch. I flip the sketch with the curved on top rather than to the left.

I’m also entering this card to CASology,  cue card-Bark.

Also in Addicted to Stamps and More, Challenge# 211- Anything Goes.

And Simon Says Stamp Challenge, Clean and Simple.

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Copic coloring and washi

Happy Monday!

I had a quick copic coloring using this hog stamp from My Favorite Things. I saw several cards online with this stamp set and made sure that my next craft order will have this stamp too.

I used only two pink color of copic markers, the one I got is from the basic skin color set and I used the lightest flesh color with pink. I added some vellum die cut for the clouds and some coordinating sequins from Neat & Tangled for some texture.

Happy to use some washi tape on this card too.

My card sketch inspiration is from My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge, Sketch # 296.

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I’m also entering this card to Kraftin’ Kimmie Challenge # 347, Clean and Simple.

Also in Addicted to Stamps and More, Challenge # 209, Clean And Simple.

 

Digi Coloring

I shared a coloring project I did last night in my Instagram and had fun working on this digistamp called Woodsy Mae  from Some Odd Girl. I have won this digistamp from SOG’s linky party that I participated previously.

I used two type of markers, for the skin and tree trunk I used copic markers while the rest used promarkers. Comparing the two marker brand, it seems that the copic markers blend well than the latter. This may be different for some users but I’m not really sure. It’s how I find the difference. Copic markers nib is also softer compared to promarkers. I’ll appreciate if you can share some of your experience using these markers if you have tried them both too.

For my background I used hero arts Woodgrain background stamp while the Hello sentiment is from Mama Elephant. I added some Hero Arts flower bling in the grass area for some fun. The scalloped edge is die cut using Lawn Fawn die.

My card layout is from Seize the Sketch # 24.

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I’m also sharing this card to Some Odd Girl linky party.

Also to Artistic Inspirations, Anything Goes challenge.