I’m back using Annie Special Delivery from Stamp Anniething and today my challenge was to color the face in a non-traditional manner. This was a difficult one for me and I’ve been mulling it over for a week or two. Then with inspiration from Annabel’s My Neighbor project, I took the leap and gave it a try. I recorded it and uploaded it to my YouTube channel – you can access the video below or HERE. This is what I came up with …
The project I have to share today is a mixture of three different stamps plus some doodling on the side. The character is Cheshire Chibi Girl from Stamp Anything. She is part of the Down the Rabbit Hole kit and Ann was kind enough to share the digital version for me to color. The face was replaced with the one from Polka Dot Pals Syeda from Whimsy Stamps. Then the background is a freebie from Sandy Allnock called Stay Home Stay Safe. Lastly, I doodled some flying geese in the background to finish off the scene.
For something slightly different, instead of coloring a stamp, I decided to color a coloring page. This is the title page from the Creative Kittens coloring book by Marjorie Sarnat. That included just the kitten so to fill out the rest of the card, I doodles the clouds and background.
This is a card that appeared to me in a dream and I had to jump out of bed to sketch it out. The next day, I was happy that my sketch was legible enough to follow and I made this card using Spring Short Stack by Stampendous.
Here’s a quick card that I made using the animal segments from Spring Short Stack by Stampendous. I figure since it’s the Year of the Dog that I need to color more dog stamps for good luck. This card was inspired by the Splitcoast Stampers technique “Pop Out Card” by Kelly Jean.
These are the Copic markers I used on this card:
E42, 43, 44, 47
YR30, 24, Y23
BG11, 18, 57
T7, R12, BV23
T1, 3, 5
Below, this is the INSIDE of the card. I added a border around the edge because it was handy and added a little more color to the card. This was a fun technique – thanks Kelly!
I’ve been wanting to color some images by Kerby Rosanes and found a small booklet of Animorphia Postcards that were just the right size. I started out with the owl since I didn’t have to think about the colors too much. My daughter said she’d finish the little doodles on the back if she could mail it so I thought that was a good deal.