WoJ Clown

Last week for the Make it Colourful challenge I colored the Circus Tent… but it turns out we forgot our tickets! So this week we’re heading back to the entrance to visit the Ticket Booth! This week our challenge is to color skies… and yes, there is a sky located under all the embellishments. 😀 Honest!


This cute clown is from Whiff of Joy and looked friendly enough that I had to have it for this Carnival collection. ;D The sky was done in a winds pattern which I had tried out before (on the Wacky House) and loved how it turned out. Here’s a picture of the sky before the Carnival “opened.”


DT Challenge: Make it Colourful – Challenge #14 (skies)
Main Stamp:
Ticket Booth (MiC) and Clown Plus Matching Sentiment (WoJ)
Patterned Paper: scraps
Chipboard: Love Heart Swirls (MiC)

Challenges Entered:
Tuesday Throwdown #43 (spring)
Papertake Weekly Challenge (Anything goes)
Creative Stamp Friends – Challenge #22 (swirls)

Copic Markers colored on Copy Paper:-hair: R81, R83, R85, R89
-clothes: BG11, BG72, BG75, BG78, Y32, Y35, Y38, YG21, YG23, YG25, YG63, C1, C3
-crown/flowers/dog: Y32, Y35, Y38, E42, E43, E44
-sky: 0, B00, B000, B0000
-ticket booth: R81, R83, R85, R89, C1, C3, Y32, Y35, Y38, E42, E43, E44, B00, B000
-ground: E42, E43, E44, YG21, YG23, YG25, YG63

Did you know? Opal is an amorphous form of silica related to quartz, a mineraloid form, not a mineral. 3% to 21% of the total weight is water, but the content is usually between 6% to 10%. It is deposited at a relatively low temperature and may occur in the fissures of almost any kind of rock, being most commonly found with limonite, sandstone, rhyolite, marl and basalt. 97% of opal is produced in Australia and is its national gemstone.
[Opal, Wikipedia.org]

7 thoughts on “WoJ Clown

  1. What a gorgeously colored and arranged creation! The colors are perfect for Spring! I absolutely love the windy sky you created. Did you just freehand the swirls with a Copic? Looks fabulous!!!

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