27 March 2011

Papertrey Make it Monday #7

Here is my Make it Monday #7.  The challenge was coloring with copics.  I love mine, but I am still a novice at this!  I really would love to take a class on how to use them so I can get more out of them.  For now I watch videos and read blogs on them. 
Suppiles:  I used my PTI Year of Flowers: Daffodils for the stamp.  The paper is bazzill, the pattern paper is from Tim Holtz's new paper pack and the ribbon is American Craft. The copics I used were Y11, Y13, and Y15, (these were the yellows) Y38,YR04, and YR07,(these are the oranges)G07,G14,and G17(these were the greens).  I had tried to take a picture of them but I could not get it to focus.   

 Thanks for stopping by! Have a great week! 

Jessie

14 comments:

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  2. Your card is beautiful! It makes me want spring to come even faster! I have not purchased any of the YOF stamps but this makes want to get some! Great job!

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  3. Jessie you did a great job on coloring with your copics! I like your strip of lace!

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  4. Jessie your card is so pretty. Love the TH paper and your coloring is lovely~~Novice, you say? You could have fooled me (and I think a whole lotta other people).

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  5. Wow! So pretty. That daffodil is a real knockout. You have colored and pieced it beautifully. Th background PP is so lovely. Great choices made in your masterful card.

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  6. it looks really pretty to me...i think you did a great job.

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  7. What a perfect daffodil…and the background floral and lace is so pretty!

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  8. Such a pretty card! Definitely bombs this set up on my never ending "to purchase" list! I like how the TH do makes the background almost look like stained glass!

    Linda

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  9. Very pretty card Jessie. I love the background you chose, beautiful!

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  10. Beautiful card. Great job on coloring with your copics

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  11. Great job on the daffodil! It makes me so anxious for spring!

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  12. Your coloring looks great (for a novice.) You're not going to be able to use that term anymore, Jessie. I really like how you placed your two daffodil cutouts slightly askew. It gives depth to the color image. Fabulous.

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  13. BEAUTIFUL Jessie!!! I LOVE it!
    Have a GREAT day!

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