December 15, 2009

Purple Tulips for Whimsical Wednesdays

I have so much fun colouring with my Copics! Here is an example I coloued before I got my second box. When I looked at it today, I darkened the shadows with more grey and deepened the green at the base of the leaves.

purple tulips

I tried to use a piece of plastic canvas as a corner piercing template with mixed results. Not every row is even in a quarter circle. Basically, some rows have a half  sized hole so it wasn’t as even as I had hoped. Plus, as it isn’t a true piercing template, some holes were naturally larger than others despite trying to pierce the same depth. I think I’ll save it for full circles rather than corners.

I used the technique on SCS to leave a portion of my image outside the Nestie die cut. Sorry, I don’t have time to look up the link. The rest is pretty easy to figure out.

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This card was based on this fabulous sketch from Jack. I sure hope you’ll all play his fun challenge this week. As you can see, I added my stamped image to what the sketch provided. I look forward to seeing your work from last week. I always check it Tuesday night lately. Be sure to check out the team, they all work so hard to make such awesome cards. Leave ‘em some love while you’re at it huh? :)

Enjoy, Rebecca

RECIPE
Stamps:
tulip-SU!, sentiment-Papertrey
Ink: Memento black, eggplant-SU!
Paper: CS-SU!
Accessories: Nestabilities, Copics, tag die-Cuttlebug, ribbon-stash, pearls-Kaisercraft, plastic canvas piercing template, flower-bridal section-Michael’s, mini brad (flower center)-stash

5 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Beautiful card!! I LOVE purple, my favorite color EVER!! :D I love how the image comes out of the square!! Love your take on the sketch! hugs!

Firenze said...

Oh its gorgeous! Loving those colours.
Helen
Firenze Cards

Gabriela said...

Hello,


Lovely!



~ Gabriela ~

Kris said...

Beautiful!!! yes, Beautiful!!! Loving the purple! awesome take on the sketch this week! hugs, Kris

Darla said...

Beautiful job Rebecca! I love the color purple, and you did a fabulous job coloring in with your copics. Great interpreation of the sketch. I'm wishing for spring about now (well, right after Christmas would be nice).