HEY FRIENDS! I’m still on a roll coloring Anita Jeram images. Today I’m featuring the Kittens & Topiaries stamp set by Colorado Craft Company – it’s one of the older images, but I’m just getting around to coloring it. I’ve got plenty more in my stash to color up so stay tuned!
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- Anita Jeram Topiaries & Kittens by Colorado Craft Company [ CCC | SSS ]
- Salvaged Brick Stencil by Honey Bee Stamps [ SSS | HBS ]
- Copic coloring (see marker list below).
- Additional supplies listed below.
To start, I created an A2 top folding card base from Neenah Classic Crest cardstock and cut an A2 piece of Simon Says Stamps Cardstock in Fog Gray. I glued the background panel to the cardbase and set them aside.
Next, I stamped the image from the Anita Jeram Topiaries & Kittens on a piece of Hammermill Smooth Cardstock using Nuvo Hybrid Ink in Black Shadow. Afterwards, I trimmed the panel to 4″ x 5.25″. I positioned the Salvaged Brick Stencil by Honey Bee Stamps in place with Mint Low Tack tape by Scrapbook.com and colored in the brick pattern using an E04 Copic marker.
To finish, I adhered a piece of craft foam to the back of the image panel using Beacon’s 3-in-1 Advanced Glue and assembled the layers as shown.
That’s all for me today! Thanks for stopping by!
COPICS: W1, W3, W5 (cat); YG03, YG17, YG67 (leaves); E23 (branches); R29, B26, B39, FB2 (blue pot); BG18, BG45, BG57 (teal pot); E07, E09, E13 (terracotta pot); B02 (bird); E31, E33 (sidewalk); E04 (bricks)
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One thought on “Anita Jeram Topiaries & Kittens by Colorado Craft Company”
Wow, those bricks are amazing – very clever. You have a really steady hand with great focus!