HEY FRIENDS! Here we are on Day 2 of the new release from Colorado Craft Company and I have another card featuring the Flower Pot stamp set and coordinating dies. More about that in a moment ….
First, a reminder that each designer in yesterday’s informal blog hop will be giving away one stamp set of your choice, if you are the lucky winner. Entries close on the 7th at midnight mountain time. Just leave comments on the designers blogs, IG, FB, etc. (the designer list can be found in yesterday’s blog post). You can enter as many times as you would like.
Now onto today’s project!
- Flower Pot stamp set and coordinating dies by Colorado Craft Company
- Copic marker coloring (see list below)
- Additional supplies linked in thumbnails below.
I’ve been loving these floral images by Kris Lauren. And honestly, they’re easy to color as well. You’ll see from the list below that I used a lot of markers, probably more than I usually would for an image this size. I just flick a few different shades on each petal, working from the center of the flower outward. I didn’t worry about blending – in fact, I want those flicks to show to add texture and interest. The result is a loose, water color effect that compliments the informal nature of the images.
Hope you are enjoying the new release! I’ll be back tomorrow with one more new release project!
Supplies for Flower Pot
COPICS: E11, E13, E15, E17 (terra cotta pot); YG91, YG95, YG99 (moss); R30, R32, R35, R37, G20 (strawberries); G20, G24, G46 (leaves); RV32, RV34, RV42 (azalea); BV000, R30, R32, B0000, BG10 (daffodil); BV000, RV10, RV14, Y11, Y17, YR04 (dahlia); V04, B60, B63, B66 (bluebells); BV20, BV23 (shadow)
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