I have been following some of Suzanne J Dean’s great tutorials on copic colouring and found the colours she uses are fab so invested in some sketch markers to go with my ciaos and had to make a new home for them as they are expanding!! I used a gorgeous silver box which was part of a Lancome Genifique set that my darling hubby gave me for Christmas. It is a lovely sturdy box and I put dividers in it to separate them into colour groups so they are easy to find.
I am waiting for Tracy at Dies to Dies for to get the new MFT rosette die in and love these so had a go at making them and was pleased with the result but the die will make it much easier.
I had to add this picture of my lovely boy Tom – he was sitting watching TV with his tongue out, he looked so funny, he is such a daft cat!!
Another Mo Manning called Not even a Mouse, he is soooo cute!
This is a Mo Manning digi stamp called Jack Waiting. He is so cute and reminds me of my little Grandson Jack so I had to have it. I have coloured it with Copics.
For my little darling who is ill in hospital. This little girl reminds me of her so much! Inspired by Dawny P – thanks hunny! I cut the card out on the Cricut using George. The papers are PP and swirl is K&Co felt fusion – not sure about that but wanted a swirl and haven’t got my home accents cart yet! Coloured with copics and promarkers.
Check out Marianne Walker’s Blog – she is the product specialist for Copic and has started a blog to help explain these markers in more detail. The shading, colour families etc. and it is a very useful source of information.
I must be feeling better as I had enough mojo to put this together this morning!! PP papers, SU notepad punch and Edwin in front of the wall coloured with copics.
I finally got around to making a scene using 2 of the summery Hanglar girl images. They are coloured with Copics.
I coloured Tilda in front of the fence using Copics and matched it to these gorgeous digi papers called Buttercup by Christa and did lots of inking and layering and 3-d the flowers and stuck little jewels in the centre of them. Greeting is a stampendous one.
I wanted a way to store them all to hand next to the colour chart so I could grab each one as I wanted it so covered a small cardboard box with Junkitz paper and a couple of Hanglar images and hey presto! Thanks to Samm for the idea although I didn’t use a cat food pouch box in the end!!
With thanks to my pal Dawn for the original idea for this card. I have slightly altered it but the layering is all Dawn’s idea! Gorgeous papers from Krista the ribbon and buckle from my stash and I coloured Edwin with copic markers.