Coloring those paintbrushes with Copics got me on a serious coloring streak. I'm just experimenting with them. No formal classes. Need to go to bed early and watch some YouTube tutorials. You'll see a few more Copic cards this week. Easy to do while sitting at the kitchen island next to Hank while he colors in his coloring book. I feel like a kid again. Only with really expensive markers.
Lots of questions lately. Let me answer:
1. Where did I get Eliza's polka dot receiving blanket?
- My mom made it. The fabric she got at Joann's.
- YIKES. This is a tricky one.The answer depends on the circumstance. Usually, I try to hide the adhesive behind something solid. Didn't really work out for me on that ghost card. In that case, itsy bitsy little tabs of double sided tape are used right along the edges and I don't pat them down. Still shows, but you have to be looking for it.
- Yep. And I cut them with my Silhouette the same time I cut my letters so all three would be the exact same.
Stamps: Friendship Jar and Friendship Jar Fillers, Say It With Style, Trademarks, Mixed Messages
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Aqua Mist, and Raspberry Fizz
Die Cut: Mat Stack 4
Pure Poppy Baker's Twine
McGill Tag Punch