So here's the image she sent me...
These are the Copic markers I used to color her with:
Browns: E18, E15, E13, E31, E33, E35
Blues: B04, B23, B24
Grays: N00, N02, N04
Blacks: N06, N08
Greens: YG41, YG45
Skin tone and eyes: E00, E11, E13 and E15, E18
Pinks: R20, R32, R01
Yellows: Y02, Y06, Y13, Y19, YR15, YR23
The sentiment is from Ginger's House. I love Ginger's blog! Besides the great, free sentiments she offers... she also writes some great posts. When I grow up... I want to write like her! :) lol
Here's the card all put together:
I used Storyteller's card stock, pink bead swirls are Basic Grey, large pink beads are Studio 112 from Joann's, flowers are from Hobby Lobby, printed paper is from Hot Off the Press and pink card stock and ribbon are from my stash. I applied some Inkssentials Glossy Accents on the blue in her earrings and necklace to make the turquoise stone pop more... because... yes... she wears turquoise jewelry. :)
I also took a picture of it open and here it is...
I had fun with this card and I really like this image! I like the versatility of the image! I can use it for school girl images, keeping in touch with friends far away... even for sending birthday greetings across town! :)
Thanks for stopping by! As always, please leave a comment so I'll know you were here. :)
Oh my goodness! That card is gorgeous! Your coloring is perfect and I am totally jealous of your talent! I seriously want to learn how to use Coptic markers. Thank you for using one of my word art projects on such a great cardReplyDelete
Lovely colouring and a gorgeous card.ReplyDelete
A lovely card - love the image and the colours you've usedReplyDelete
I love this image! Your coloring is wonderful!ReplyDelete
Congratulations on this opportunity my dearest friend!
Gorgeous card! I love it :)ReplyDelete