Today I have a special video for you, I show you how I colour Alpini in a no-line colouring style and turn her into a polar bear, and then put a card together with her. I had so much fun creating this girl, researching how a polar bear looks like and then sketching her darling face. And if you want to get more information of how I’ve done it you can come back tomorrow when I put up the real-time colouring video of this which is voiced-overed.
When creating the card I wanted something very clean and simple, a little scene, but as she is coloured so soft I needed the background to be soft to so it doesn’t overpower the creation. This is the last Christmas Card for the season, but don’t worry I will be back on Monday with a new card that is winter inspired.
Todays card is a quick and simple one with loads of glitter. The simplicity and scale of the candles just made them perfect for being bedazzled. I love how you can add the little detail stamps from the stamp-set to the candles to give them your own uniqueness.
Hi Guys! I’m back with the Real-Time Colouring video for yesterdays card video. Here I colour Neva by Little Miss Muffet Stamps with Copic Alcohol Markers. I choose to print her in lighter lines so that she would have a softer appearance.
As I promised I’m back with the real-time colouring of the Christmas Fairy Twinkles by Make It Crafty. As most of my Real-Time colouring videos I do a little rambley voice-over trying to talk about mostly the colouring and some tips and tricks. I have a little playlist for all my real-time colouring videos so that you can find them in one place. Hope you enjoy the video, and if you have any questions, or just want to say hi, just comment down below, I love seeing your comments they warm my heart.
So sorry for disappearing on you like that, life just got a little to much for me and I needed a break to rethink and rest. Well I’m back and do I got videos for you!
We’ll start off with a cute Christmas fairy! This is Fairy Twinkles, she’s by Make It Crafty and she is just completely adorable! I’ve done creations with her before, but I thought coming back I would start with some comfort colouring. The card is as clean and simple as you can get, just a card base, the character and a sentiment. I love these sentiments by My Favourite Things as they are big and bold but still small enough to leave room for a focal image.
As usual you can find the supplies and copic used down below and also the card making video. If you want to see the real-time colouring with voice-over just come back tomorrow, or if you don’t want to miss any of my posts, subscribe to my “newsletter” and get every blogpost to your email (you find it in the top right corner of the blog). Happy crafting and I’ll see you tomorrow!