phew! what a long long day this had been. Worked out a set of instruction sheets and 3 material lists for 3 projects that I've been doing. Still have more instruction sheets to complete, but for now, I'll take a short break.
Copic coloring has always been a fast outlet for me to get out of the stress or busy schedule. Probably because it takes a shorter time, and I don't need much materials to get me started. While I watch TV or when I have a snack, it's always within my reach to complete the coloring.
Recently, I played more with masking. It's a seasonal craze, and I'm not sure why I started playing with it, but probably the blog world got me started on it. It's a good way to use up the tons of post-its I've accumulated over the years working as an engineer. (It's one of those free things they give out as part of training or seminars)
Today I was inspired by the challenge at Penny Black Saturday Challenge, and the bright card by Debby. This week's challenge was to case her card, and i must say, it got me smiling the whole process.
Here's Debby's card:
Wonderful isn't it? The colors, the layout and the coloring really got to me. So I decided to case the card. First time i made a card of this size. Some masking on this card as well. I thought i wanted a garden with my Penny Black stamp. Doesn't she look so cute? She's the first stamp that came up to my mind when I decided to case the card. :)
Cosmo Cricket - Look Over Here "All a Flutter"
Buttons, fence pp - stash collection
Die-cuts / Punches:
Martha Stewart Fence Punch
Penny Black - "Love Antennae"
Magnolia - "Blossom Tree"
American Crafts - "Birthday"
Entering this card for the following challenge~
Penny Black Saturday Challenge - #187 Cas-ing!
On another note, for those who have been asking me on my next project, they should be in AR soon. Already finished up the odds and ends and ready to be hand delivered to AR. See you soon!