GOOD MORNING FRIENDS! Today’s card it a little bit of a throwback to my early coloring days. When I first started coloring, most of my early images were from House Mouse Designs. As time passed, I started coloring images from other stamp companies, but I still have a soft spot for Amanda, Monica, Mudpie, Maxwell and Muzzy. So today’s card features Monica and friend on a Dragonfly Ride!
When planning my project, I decided to start with the stenciling. I didn’t want to have to recolor the image if I made a mistake with the stenciling. So I die cut the paper and stamping the image so I would know where to position the stenciling. Using Distress Ink in Tumbled Glass, I carefully stenciled around the image. Then I colored the image with Copic markers and heat embossed the sentiment. I added Wink of Stella in Clear to the dragonfly wings for a little extra shimmer.
That’s it for today! See ya soon!
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Paper: Neenah Solar White 110#; Hammermill Color Copy Digital 100#; Plaid Patterns Merry & Bright 6×6 pack by My Favorite Things
Stamp: Dragonfly Ride by Stampendous – House Mouse Designs; Floral Greetngs by Stampendous
Inks: Amalgam Ink in Jet Black by Gina K. Designs; Versamark by Tsukineko; Distress Ink in Tumbled Glass by Ranger – Tim Holtz
Die: Stitched Scalloped Basic Edges by My Favorite Things
Stencil: Cloud Stencil by My Favorite Things
Embellishments: Wink of Stella in Clear by ZIG; Embossing Powder in Navy by Ranger
Copics: E50, E53, E93 (skin); C1, C3, C5 (fur); BG000, BG10, B000, BV00, (dragonfly)