Today is the second video in my Inspired By miniseries. The inspiration for this card comes from a quilt in this book by Camile Roskelley (see her blog here).
I also tried out My Favorite Things cardstock and ink on this card. Their cardstock is nice and thick. I would compare it to Stampin’ Up! cardstock. And the inks are nice, too. I like that the ink matches the cardstock! They also have ribbon and felt in the same colors, too!
My only complaint is about the ink packaging. I wish they were a bit easier to hold when inking stamps directly. But the formula was great, I can get used to the packaging, and the ink cleaned off my clear stamps without any staining. Staining isn’t a big issue for me (it doesn’t effect the actual stamping, after all), but I know some crafters are particular about that.
For today’s Color Wednesday I wanted to do a little hair and skin study with Copics. I colored the Ebony stamp from The Greeting Farm on Copic X-Press Blending Card. I basically used the E50s range of colors for both darker brunette hair and dark blonde hair. I also added in one extra little color on one of the faces (BV00), which seems like it would be weird, but it works. :)
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