Thursday, February 26, 2015

Let's Color #1- Beach Babe!

I love this Elephant Set Zoo Crew stamp from Art Impressions.  Elephants are my fav! We are in the middle of winter here so getting to create something that reminds me of warmer weather was super fun.

Reminder: If you make this card be sure to use a ink that is water color compatible.  I recommend Archival Ink by Ranger.

Here's a short list of the supplies I used.  Note: I didn't list the colors of the Tim Holtz Inks I used because you off course will use your own choice.

Monday, February 23, 2015

Mini Photo Album for a Baby Girl

Mini Photo Album for a Baby Girl: Measures 6x6, decorative papers from Dena Designs-Happi Girl, Bella Blvd.-Playdate. Embellishments by Recollections and Making Memories.  


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Monday, February 9, 2015

Mini Scrapbook Album: My Grandaughter's Birthday Book

Hi y'all! This is an album a birthday book I made using the mini album design by MySisterScrapper. Enjoy!  

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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Her name is Summer.

This is a stamped image that I made this morning, it took me about 2 hours to complete.  The stamp is from Prima Marketing Bloom Cling Rubber Stamps, 8-Inch by 6-Inch, Summer .  

Her name is Summer.  

I finally had time to dust off my Copic Markers 36-Piece Sketch Basic Set .  I own only 48 markers now, at least that's what the Copics Collections App on my phone says.  At any rate being a newbie to Copics I'm learning how to blend, highlight and contrast mostly from watching You-Tube videos.  Although I did attend one Copics class at one of the Scrapbooking Shops in the area. 

I clearly need to work on my technique.  For instance, the blending is a bit rough and has some streaking. But, I really like the way the hair came out.  It looks very much like my natural curly kinky hair, so with that part I am pleased!

Next time I'll be sure to log which marker I used so I can share that info with you.

Do you use markers? What do you find most challenging?  Please share your techniques and ideas in the comment section.

Thank you and Happy Crafting :)