Monday, 1 November 2010

Copic Creations - 1/11

It time for another challenge at Copic Creations and what a fun challenge this is - actually there is an option of two challenges this time.
Our main challenge is tackling the many (E - earth tone) BROWN Copic colors, and/or a secondary challenge of MAKING a SCENE! (Our sponsor this week offers some fabulous digi images to help you out with this part.)

We’d like to warmly welcome this week’s awesome sponsor, Make “it” Crafty, an online craft store and papercrafting community created by the SUPER talented and VERY sweet Zoe McGrath!! We also have the amazing Mag from Zoe's DT team as a guest this week.

I hope you have a few minutes to take a peek at all the features available at the Make it Crafty site. You’ll find everything you need for papercrafting, including all the most popular supplies, some very cool scenic digital stamps to create a scene with your favorite character stamps, and some very helpful video tutorials showcasing Copic coloring, various other techniques and how to use digi images in MS Word.


I have quite a few of  Zoe's fabulous images, waiting for the time to use but I did use the Haunted House on my House Mouse card this week - they are fabulous and I can't wait to start on some more. I have attempted to both create a scene and use the brown colours.


This is Whimsical log and Fluttering Sapphire Fairy. I 'shrank' the fairy and rotated her slightly to fit into the scene (perhaps should have shrank her a little more!!) She reminded me so much of Tinkerbell from Peter Pan I wanted her to remain quite light and fairy like so I Coloured with the palest B0000, YR0000 etc then went over her dress with Perfect Pearls. Her wings are stardust stickled and I gave her a 'halo' of glitter and glitter shapes - you can see this better on the picture below.

The log is coloured in a mixture of the E's - mainly the E 70's but I have used touches of E31 to add a little warmth and E50 for the highlights. I also used W1 to do some blending. 

The papers used are MME and the edges are inked with Faded Jeans distress ink then stickled with Stardust.

Please take a little time to check out my 'teamies' creations - they are truly amazing!!!


Hope you all have a great week, I'm flying back to the UK on Wednesday and meeting up with my BG teamies, amongst others, at the NEC next week - can't wait. If any of you are there and see me - please say hello - I love meet you and say hello and perhaps go for coffee if you can drag me away from buying everything in sight!!
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14 comments:

Julie said...

A delightful card Heather, love the scene and your colouring is always gorgeous.

Georgia said...

Oh wow Heather, this is soooo pretty and a gorgeous image -I love the way you've coloured it and the ribbon looks great! I wish I was coming to the NEC, but at least I'll be able to come in March and spend some of my birthday money!! :) Love, Georgia xx

Sandra1968 said...

A gorgeous card and what a lovely image!
Hugs, Sandra

Karen said...

Stunning card Heather. Love that Image, so gorjus.

Love Karen x

Riet said...

So wonderful card Heather,I love the image and the colours.
So gorgeous papers.

Hugs Riet.x

Anesha said...

Wonderful card, just love your colouring.

Danni said...

How beautiful! Love the fairy!

Tracy said...

Hi Heather,
This is so magical, a truly gorgeous creation.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Paula said...

I just love the vivacity & life you've painted into this - she really does remind me of Tinkerbell too.
Paula (PEP)

nessy said...

oh heather this is just stunnig ~such beautiful colouring ~gorgeous card!!
vanessa xx

Squirrel said...

Oh how gorgeous - your colouring is amazing as ever!
Have a great trip back to the UK sweetie, and be safe.
R XXX

Jodi said...

Heather, what a gorgeous colored image!! I love how real you made her look!
Hugs
Jodi =)

Tasha said...

Oh this is so pretty Heather, i love the image you have used and your beautiful colour work
love tasha xx

Rose said...

Your artwork is stunning! This image looks like you really enjoyed using your Copics as much as I enjoyed seeing your work. Thanks for sharing.

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