Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Happy Wednesday to everyone! I have a few days off from work and can hardly wait to hit the art room! The challenge for coloring "feathers" with Copic Markers is still open for participation. Anyone can play along at Color Me Creative Challenge . It's a fun challenge group with 2 challenges & prizes every month to get you using those Copic skills. Come chat with us and have some fun! Click on the GROUPS tab at the top of the CMCC page and then click on the CMC Copic Challenge Group (you do not have to be a student to join us)!!
And by the way, the new Junior Design team members have been added to our Color Me Creative challenge group. Stop by and check out their bio's and blogs. They are a fabulous group!
I created a second card for this fun challenge. I named the card Spring wonder. I combined a GKD stamp with a digital stamp from Prairie Fairy Designs.
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Card Base 5.5 in. X 8.5 in.
Score and fold at 4.25 in. (This makes card for a 2A envelope)
Card Base Layer 4 in. X 5.25 in.
Card Top Layer 3.75 in. X 5 in.
Focal Image cut with Smal/Large Petite Oval Nestabilities
Focal Base layer cut with Small/Large Petite Oval Nestabilities
Focal Image: GKD/Illustrator Asela Hopkins “Winter Wings” : Prairy fairy- digital image “Cherry Blossoms”
Bird: B0000 B00, B21, B24, B26, B28 and B29, Gelly Roll Pen “White”
Cherry Blossoms: RV0000, RV30, RV33, Rv34
Branches: E30, E37, YR20, RY21, E27, E47
Card stock : Cryogen White for focal image, GKD Pure Luxury “Pure White”, Chocolate Kiss: and Designer paper.
Ink : Memento “Tuxedo Black” and “Bahama Blue”
Tools: Scor-Pal or Scor-Buddy, Paper Cutter (I use Fiskars), Scissors (Tim HoltzTonic scissors are great for people with arthritis and painful joints), Pop Dots Cuttlebug, Nestabilities Small/Large Petite Oval
Tip of the Day: Keep a notebook with you on your nightstand or carry it with you when you travel to jot down those moments of inspiration!
Thank you so much for stopping by on this windy, rainy day. Your visit brings a bit of sunshine!