Hey friends! Today I have a fun card and video, creating my own background with watercolours and some copic colouring!
It was great fun creating the pastel rainbow background, then keeping the bright colours for the panda and his little balloons!
Come on, I just can not get over these cute little pandas! I have used this set a few times and just love it every time! The sentiments in this set are also super wonderful!
You can watch my video to check out my entire process!
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Hey friends! Today I again was playing with my Kraft paper, Copics and Coloured Pencils. It has been my jam the last few days. They take me about 3 mornings of colouring before work!
So I masked out the little van and put the tree in behind it. After that stamping the sun to the right side of the paper. All using Ink on 3 No Lines ink. I really like it on the kraft paper for this look.
I do really love the white highlight I added between the images and the blue sky.
Hey friends! Today I pulled out the Magical Dragons set from MFT and my copics and coloured pencils on some kraft paper.
I stamped it out with come really light ink for the no lines look. Then added in the background and detail in the dragon with my coloured pencils. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep track of all the coloured I used, cuz it was just some late night colouring for 100% fun!
I added the cloud in the background with a stencil then added the colour after. A few small enamel dots with a small sentiment finished off this sweet little card!
Hey friends! Today I pulled out an older set from The Greeting Farm and had a play with my copics and some gouache to create a background. Also there will be more gouache and more backgrounds this was awesome!
I really LOVE how she looks flying through sky with those pretty blue, purples and pinks! Using my copics are watercolor paper, blended well but it uses a ton of ink. I wouldn’t do it all the time, but it was fun enough that I will do it again!
Also I have a process video to share how I created these pretty clouds!
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Today’s preview is from a set called Warm Wishes, it has the 2 cute characters I used in my card, as well as, a boy with a dog and a big bow! As always the set is filled out with some sweet sentiments.
I chose to colour mine with my copic markers, and just add in the background with some freehanded birch trees and the snow on the ground. A little bit of bright blue, to add to crisp winter feel of the scene!
Hey all! Today is the final day of previews for The Greeting Farm, that means you can get all the wonderful sets from this release tomorrow!
Today is the digital set, I love instant gratification, don’t you?!?! This set is called Birthday Party and it will work perfectly with the Birthday Girls and Birthday Boy stamps sets already released!
Along with the new Birthday Party and Birthday Girls sets I pulled in some of the others to create a rather large scene. I used the Suv Trunk, Food Truck, and 2020 Girls sets to build this scene.
Today we are sharing a super Cute Couple! This stamp set features 2 characters and a bunch of fun little icons.
Sometimes I see these images that just need to be the center of everything for a sweet little girl who is the center of her families world and that is what I did with this one. It is just the coloured image and the sentiment on the front of the card and that is all!
Tomorrow I will have something with some more detail! Thanks for stopping by, Jessie