zaterdag 12 augustus 2017


This time I wanted to try my color pencils on this lovely 'Gypsy', but I also colored her with my alcohol markers as I wasn't quite happy with the first one. You can find this stamp along with some other beautiful digistamps in her Etsyshop:

- I made this card using:
* the digi-stamp 'Gypsy'
* white cardstock

* purple cardstock
*dark green cardstock
* green cardstock
* aqua cardstock
* dark blue cardstock
* copic markers:
- B00 Frost Blue 
- B02 Robin's Egg Blue
- B05 Process Blue
- B23 Phthalo Blue
- B28 Royal Blue
- B32 Pale Blue
- BV02 Prune
- BV04 Blue Berry
- E08 Brown
- E33 Sand
- E35 Chamois
- E47 Dark Brown
- E51 Milky White
- E57 Light Walnut
- G14 Apple Green
- R00 Pinkish White 
- R20 Blush
- RV10 Pale Pink
- RV21 Light Pink
- RV 23 Pure Pink
- YG17 Grass Green
- YG67 Moss
- V17 Amethyst

* twin-markers:
- 3 Rose Red
- 81 Deep Violet
- 89 Pale Purple
- 91 Natural Oak

* color pencils
* gold glitter gelpen
* purple glitter gelpen
* glue-dots (normal)
* 3D-dots
* double sided tape
wink-a-stella-clear glitter pen
* embossing folder: lattice
* dies:
- cookie
-  corner dies
* paper flowers
* 3D butterfly-stickers
* pink flatbacked pearls
* white flatbacked pearls

- how I made them:
* first I colors 1 digistamp in with my color pencils and added the glitter pens
* then I did the same with a second digistamp but with my alcohol markers and added the same glitter pens
* after all the coloring I cut both 'Gypsy' out with my cookie-die
* embossed a piece of green cardstock and cut 2 different corners out of the 2 shades of blue
* glued the corner cut-outs to the embossed piece and glue that to the purple cardbase
* then I addded 'Gypsy' with some 3D-dots to the card
* layered the paper flowers and glued them together with gluedots and added a white pearl
* glued the flowers to the card and added a pink pearl to the dark blue corner
* at last I added 2 3D butterfly stickers to each card

1 opmerking:

  1. Beautiful! I love that you colored her twice! I can't decide which I like better the markers are so bright and sharp where the pencils are soft (and look at the cheeks, gorgeous!)