I am a Certified Copic Designer with 2 wonderful children, Madi, 18 and Brandon, 15. I am also fortunate enough to be married to the most amazing supportive husband on earth, Dan! I currently teach Copic Classes at Ben Franklin Crafts in Bonney Lake, Washington and am having the time of my life! I just love sharing this wonderful craft with others! I love all types of crafting, especially coloring with copics and prismacolors, card making, paper crafting, scrapbooking and home decor.
Hello fellow bloggers and followers! Today I have a card I created on commission for my sister in law. She asked me to do something "gardening" so this is what I came up with. I found a great digital image at Cornish Heritage Farms called Garden Chair which I used as my focal point. I created a Telescoping Image by printing the image twice and coloring both images. There are lots of tutorials out there for this but maybe some day I will create my own. In the end I created an easel card (sorry, some of the pictures are a little crooked).
Side view of the easel card.
Close up of the Wild Orchid Craft flower embellishments and my handmade hat pin.
Sentiment - Stampin' Up
Paper: Authentique - Lively Collection
Spellbinders - Ovals & Fancy Tags
Borders - Martha Stewart Double Loop Punch
Butterfly - Magnolia Swirly Butterfly Doohickey Die
Candi - Craftworks - colored with Copics
Ribbon - from my stash
Image was colored with Copic markers:
Flower pots: E29, E97, E99, E08
Basket: E33, E35, E31, E53, E50
Greens: YG99, YG63, YG63, YG61
Cans: T9, T7, T5, T3, T1
Chair: E49, E47, E44, E43, E42
Spade: E27, E23
Oranges: E79, E15, YR07, YR04, YR000
Purples: BV08, BV04, V01, W9
Yellows: E31, Y17, Y15, Y0000
Reds: R89, R27, R00
Hope you enjoyed my post for today! Have a wonderful afternoon!