Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Copic Creations DT

We have another fun challenge for you at Copic Creations this week - colouring on paper other than white. We are sponsored by Stampavie this week so it was a pleasure to get one of  my somewhat neglected Stampavie stamps. The prize is no less that three suprise Stampavie rubber stamps.


I decided to go with a vintage look, I stamped this delightful image (A picnic of Daisies) on Kraft cardstock  with the usual Memento ink. I thought I would have to use darker colours than usual but found I didn't other than the shadows on the skin. Blending was fine, in fact not much different to colouring on normal paper other than just adding a very light touch of Copic opaque white to the hat and parts of the skin just to highlight them slightly.
The bottom two papers are Graphic 45, the script one I ripped and tore - great fun, haven't done that for a while either, then inked the edges. Digging around in my stash I found some lovely bronze corrugated card which I used for the next layer, finally the uppermost layer is form the K&Co pad Bailey. I used Gold stickles on some of the edges, the fabulous lace which I distressed with Vintage Photo ink, was sent from Singapore by my friend Rosey, I used metal corners distressed with Copics and flowers from my stash.



Here is a close up of the image.
I followed the sketch over at Fridays Sketchers and am entering this card into their challenge also and Crafty Angels, although I don't use this stamp very often she has to be one of my favourites, I just love colouring her.
Copics used
Hair  -  Y00/15/17
Skin  -  E00, YR0000, R00, R0, R02
Browns -  E31, E70/71/77
Blues    -  B00/93/95
Greens  -  G000/21/99
Opaque white for highlighting


Finally I made this little one as an experiment. I has some papers left that I had printed out and wonder how would it be to use these. I printed the image (Stampavie's Hoo-hoo-there) on the lighter, slightly patterned paper.
I use 120gms bright white smooth copier paper for printing on - I used to get this at Tesco when in the UK.
Again I used more or less the same colours as I normally would the only thing I found different was the fact blending wasn't quite so easy but I had no problem with bleeding whatsoever. I don't like this card, but I don't really like pink so I wouldn't would I?

Check out my uber-talented teamies creations, they are truly amazing and I do hope you find time to join us in this fun challenge.

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24 comments:

Anesha said...

Love both your cards, different but fab. Love the muted colours in the first card.

Crafty Chris said...

Hi Heather
Wow that 1st one just blew me away, super, love those metal corners and the whole shabby look, and much nicer stamping onto the darker paper than white, whoever you send this one to will be over the moon.
The 2 little owls are funny another stunning card.
Christine x

Tara said...

Ooooh I love both your cards Heather but the first one is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING, GORGEOUS AND TOTALLY SCRUMMY!!! What a stunning effect and a totally beautiful, vintage card!!
Hope you got my email thanking you for my lovely little gift, bless you my friend ;o)
Big hugs, T xxx

Frarin said...

The first one is just out of this world gorgeous...

Tracy said...

I love vintage and adore Sarah Kay and you have combined the two so beautifully.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Jo (Boots the Monkey) said...

Oh wow ! Your card is absolutely stunning Heather, wish I could see it in real life. What a fabuious idea, stamping on kraft, will have to try that one, one day. Wow, amazing.

Love your cutie owls too and they look great stamped on pink paper.

Take care darlin,

Hugs,

Jo xxx

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Heather,,, I will definitely have to give this challenge a go ,, your colouring on the Kraft paper is fab :-) I love all the papers and embellies too ,,, beautiful :-)

Luv
lols x x x

"Kirby" (KrB) said...

Great cards, Heather. I love how you did the vintage look on the first. I, too, was pleased that the colors did so well on colored paper. These both turned out gorgeous!

CraftyC said...

Both gorgeous card Heather. I love the vintage feel to the first card!
Clairex

Riet said...

What a beautiful cards Heather,i love your images and the colours.
So gorgeous papers and the details.

Hugs Riet.xx

mycardz said...

Hi Heather! You just never cease to amaze me with your true artistic ability! Both cards are gorgeous, I especially love the vintage Sarah Kay. All your added details really "complete" your awesome creations! love the gold stickles especially, it gives such a rich feel. awesome. hugz, Mary

Sandra1968 said...

Both cards are very beautiful, but especially the 1st one is amazing!
And great how it worked out to colour on other than white paper.
Hugs, Sandra

stephanne said...

Woohoo, a Stampavie 2-fer!!! Beautiful work Heather, that top card is amazingly vintage!! The colouring on kraft turned out fabulous and all of the elements look fabulous together!! The swirls and twirls and the perfect charm on your second creation really flatter that cutie-pie image!!
Take Care,
Stephanne

Georgia said...

Wow, such stunning cards Heather! I can't believe you don't like the pink one, I absolutely love it and the owls are so cute, I love how you've coloured them! I also love your vintage card, the distressing looks fab and I love the sweet image! :) Love, Georgia xx

Sue said...

Hi Hun
wow two stunning cards, luv them both hun, awesome colouring, gorgeous papers, sue,x

Donna said...

Both of these cards are gorgeous Heather.......really love the vintage one, when I first saw it I thought it was vellum you did it on......it's stunning.
hugs
Donna xx

Little K Smith said...

Oh stunning cards! Adore the vintage Sarah Kay, she looks fab stamped onto Kraft card. Love the owls too, sooo adorable, beautiful embellishments on both cards too.
Kelly.x

auntie lisa said...

Oh Heather....both are beautiful but I am really impressed with how you colored that little Sarah Kay stamp up. I would have never thought of using Kraft paper....but I love the look. Great job on this!
xxx
Lisa

Elborgi said...

boh Heather! Your vintagecard is so nice! Wonderful colourated! And all together is a fantastic card! Love it!
Hugs Elma

debby4000 said...

Two amazing cards Heather, love the cute owls but the vintage Sarah Kay is my favourite.
luv
Debby

Moni said...

Waw you are realy so very productive, love both cards, but first one is so awesome. Love the vintage look, you did fab job. Hugs;moni

Lilian said...

Heather, I am sorry I am late. Trying to catch up with commenting :)

Your coloring is truly stunning and I love your cards!
I used Encore white pigment ink. I let it dry for a few hours... the ink was really juicy :) Then I colored not going over the lines. :)

Happy Weekend!

Cheryl said...

Heather, your card is just wonderful! When I color on Kraft it sure doesn't look like this! Such a fabulous card! Cheryl

Julie said...

Two great cards Heather, love the vintage style one. I find I can't colour on printer paper, it seems designed to grap hold of the colour - no running or bleeding so no blending either. Very impressed with your effort though.

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