Thursday, June 13, 2013

BIG SALE & NEW My-Besties How Tos and NEW Digi Stamps

BIG SALE in our Etsy Store!!!

Copic colours:
R 39, R 37, R 24.
E 43, E 42, E 41.
W 0, W 00.
B 24, B 23, B 21.
E 87, E 84, E 81.
E 11, E 21, E 00, E 50, R 20.
Paper is Maja design bloc, Vintage winter.
Flowerstamp is from Joy.
Flowers from Crealies.
Leaves are from Nellie Snellen.
And the digi is from Sherri Baldy
I hope you like my card.
Hugs, Marianne
This little cutie has been coloured using  Pro Markers,  Flexi Markers and Copic Markers.
The pinks are Pro Markers - Burgundy, Antique Pink and Cocktail Pink
The greens are Copic Markers - YG95, YG91 and Blender
Hair Copics - E57, E43 Flexi Marker Cappucino.
The card base was made from a Large Spellbinders. The papers are from Nitwit Collections called Always and Forever.  The fishtails are from Die-Namics and the butterfly is Isabella and Pippi from Memeory Box.
The ribbon and flowers are from Live and Love Crafts as is the Fran-tage which surrounds the image.
Her dress has had Diamond Sparkles added.

When I saw this new Bestie fresh from the pen of Sheri Baldy , I couldn't resist colouring her up straight away and making this card.  I was in love all over again!
I used a new Carte Bella paper pad, "Cool Summer", and two square doilies which were used as edging. The butterfly was cut using a Joy Craft die and is made with the paper and some cream card. It's glued with Pinflair glue gel for some dimension.  The double bow is made from seam binding and the flowers are all available from Wild Orchid Crafts. All products can be found on line.
This little Bestie is coloured with Promarkers and Copics.
The Promarker yellows are less acidic in colour than Copics, and I prefer them.
I used Primrose, Pastel Yellow and Vanilla.
Copics are
Skin E50, 000, 00, R11, 00.
Pinks RV0000, 000, 00, 10, 32
Green YG 03
Shadows BG0000, 10, 11 & Blender pen.
I hope you enjoyed sharing my card
Chris x


Card Recipe:
Copics used: Skin - E50, E11, E13, E13, E04, BV00
Hair - E50, E53, E55, E57
Pants, Vest, Shoes and Bows - B41, B52, B45
Leaves - G82, G28
Flowers and Butterflies - R81, R83
Crown - Y26, Y28, E15
Cloak - E30, E33, W1
Glasses - C1
Skirt, Heeled Shoe and Socks - E70, E71
Shadow - W1
Image - Sherri Baldy
Paper - En Francais by Prima
Sentiment - K and Co
Lace - Hobby Lobby
Corrugated Cardstock - Fancy Pants
Butterfly Die - My Favorite Things
Embossing Enamel - Shabby Blue Frantage by Stampendous

I´ve colored the little cutie with Prismacolor pencils
Skin tones: PC927/ PC939/ PC945/ PC1082/
Rouge:  PC945
Hair: PC1085/ PC941/ PC947
pink tones PC1018/ PC993
brown tones PC1068/ PC941/ PC947/ PC1082
frame around the image:  PC1069/ PC1072
I´ve used kraft cardstock and the patterned paper is by Maja Design
Sentiment from LOTV
InkPads: Archival, DistressInk
Cutting Dies: Spellbinder Grand Nestabilities
Punches: Martha Stewart, Fancy Crafts
Embellies: pearls, lace, flowers


copic colours:
R24, R22, R20, R00
Y15, Y11, Y00
G43, G82, G40
E11, E21, E00, E50 R20
E43, E42, E42, Y21

The paper is from the divine collection.
Butterflies are from Cheery Lynn.
Tree is from Memory box.
Frame is from Nellie Snellen.
Leaves are from Marianne design.
The punch is from Martha Stewart.
And of course the digi from Sherri Baldy.


Copic colours:
E29, E47, E25
C4, C3, C2, C1
B23, B21, B41
B99, B97, B95
E11, E21, E00, E50, R20

The punch is from Martha Stewart.
Tha tags in the leftcorner are from Magnolia.
The little flowerstamp is from Joy and a used crimpy dimpy with it.
Paper is from autentique.
Flowers and swirls are from joy.
And the digi from Sherri.



This lovely little lady is a digi from Sherri Baldy and coloured with copics.

Hair & Shoes: E41-E42-E43-E44
Face: E00-E11-R20
Eyes: B05-B12-BG11
Lips: RV14
Clothes: RV10-RV11-RV13 and YG91-YG93-YG95
Flower: RV10-RV11-RV13-RV14

The paper I used is from First Edition - Isabelle
The little envelope is a CraftTables from Marianne Design: CR1211
Sentiment: Eline's words EC0147
Embellies: pearls, lace, buttons and frantage Shabby Pink

I hope you like it!
Hugs, Wendy


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