Saturday, March 6, 2010

Card Patterns


I have been waiting for my Copic markes so I could do some coloring.  Coloring was one of my favorite things to do when I was a child.  I have spent a couple months researching and watching You Tube videos on how to use the Copics.   I decided to get the Cia's since I will not be doing any airbrushing.  At least for the moment.  They were alot cheaper than the Sketch.  I asked around and this seemed to be the best fit for me.  So, did I do okay on the coloring job?  I did go outside the lines on the stem.  I used the colorless blender to try and push it back.  I colored all day yesterday.  Just like old times.


I made the card for the Card Patterns sketch challenge.  This image worked great for this sketch.  I did flip the sketch right side up.  I also submitted this to Get Sketchy...there is no sketch, just what ever you want to make.


                                                
I went to Archiver's last night to get my 2 new Basic Grey 8x8 pads of green at heart and kioshi...I got there just in time.  They just put the new lines out that morning and they only had 1 Kioshi and a few Green at Heart left.  I think the Green at heart is my favorite.  I just love the flowers and bright colors.

Supplies:

Patterned Paper: Basic Grey
Cardstock: American Crafts
Stamp: Flower/ unknown        Sentiment/ PTI
Ribbon: Offrey
Button: PTI
Crystals: Me and My Big Ideas
Copics

Thanks so much for stopping by

Heather

10 comments:

Susan Grapengater said...

Very pretty, I like the punched border too!

lynn said...

love your background paper--and your coloring!

dstandard said...

Beautiful - perfect background paper for your flower! Thanks for playing at Card Patterns!

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Lovely Card dear.

Donna said...

Great coloring!

Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

Beautiful Heather love the colors!!!

Jamie Lane said...

This is beautiful!

Michelle Gotoh Bertuzzi said...

Beautiful take on the sketch. Love everything on your card esp how you colored the flower.

yyam said...

This is gorgeous Heather! :) Great combination of papers and colors! And beautiful coloring! :)

Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Congrats Heather.

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