Hi friends! I am back with another card, featuring a new stamp set in Colorado Craft Company‘s September Release. I am so happy to see a new variety of Anita Jeram illustrations in the 3C shop, and I picked Big Love to showcase today. Before I get started, I do have a free shipping code to use: FREESHIPPINGAC. This code is good through tomorrow night, midnight mountain time.
I started with a trimmed panel of X-Press IT blending card, and stamped this cute image with Gina K Designs Black Amalgam ink. I colored with the following Copic markers:
- Mouse: E11, E21, E04, E51, E50
- Drop Shadow: C3, C2, C0
- Ground Shadow: C6, C4, C2, C0
- Yellows: V93, YR23, Y21, Y32
- Greens: G16, G03, YG41
- Blues: B97, B95, B93, B91
- Violets: V17, V15, V12
- Reds: R59, R29, R35, R32
I white heat-embossed the sentiment onto dark gray card stock, and die-cut it with the coordinating die. I finished the card by attaching it to a Fog card Base.
You can watch the coloring process HERE:
That’s all that I have for today. I’ll be back shortly with another project to share, so I will see you then!
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10 Replies to “Colorado Craft Company Big Love”
Just gorgeous, I love Anita Jeram and judging by the amazing inspiration the team do too. Jane x
Beautiful coloring… love all of the detail work. Thanks for talking about the shadow line and widening of it… I make a thin line… but the wider line really makes everything pop off of the card… so will now use this technique!
Thank you, Frannie❤️
that turned out fabulous!
Hola, Angelica! 😀 I love this stamp set and your card is so cute! I hope all is well. Hugs!
Thank you, Marisela!
Love this set and it is so great that it has both sentiments. Holiday and others! Love how you colored him and that block of cheese is great on top of the stack! TFS
That cheese looks so yummy! We are a lot of cheese this weekend… with wine of course. 😉