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Thursday, 7 July 2016

30-Day Colouring Challenge - Day #3

Here is my entry for Day #3 of the 30-Day Colouring Challenge
I was out all day yesterday so didn't get a chance to do any colouring, but I did today. Yippee!


The image I coloured was from a stamp set that I bought at the Newbury Show on Saturday. I think it was a set of stamps that came free in Creative Stamping magazine but not sure.

Anyway, I began by creating a 'bridge' card. I covered the card front with a beautiful piece of foiled cardstock from the Kaisercraft Up Up and Away paper pad. Then I chopped the right had side of the card front off and a section to the right of that panel the width of the gap I wished to create.

As I was using the Sizzix Mini Filmstrip and Mini Tickets Decorative Strip die, this meant the gap was only 1.5cm.

The filmstrip was diecut using copper pearl cardstock and adhered to the card front. The loose section of cardstock was temporarily taped down using masking tape so it was level with the edge of the card stock and the other side of the filmstrip die was adhered to this piece to complete the card front once again.

A second diecut was added to the inside of the card front to strengthen it.


Now to the colouring part. The hot air balloon image from the stamp set was stamped using Memento Rich Cocoa dye ink and coloured using Copic markers:

Hot Air Balloon
E11, E15, BG11, G12, W3, B34


Unfortunately, I didn't have quite the right colour to match the papers so I had to experiment with the colours I have.

I also stamped the 'Always Explore' ticket stamp from the Autumn Leaves Ticketed stamp set onto a ticket die cut from Memory Box's Double Ticket die using the Rich Cocoa ink and coloured it with Copics:

Ticket
W3, BG10, BG11, G12, E15


The hot air balloon image was fussy-cut and adhered to the card front, along with the ticket.

A strip of the duck-egg blue script paper from the same paper pad was then added to the inside right of the card so that it shows through the 'bridge', along with the narrow strip cut from the card front.

Using the aperture sections of the filmstrip die cut from cream card, the sentiment was stamped using parts of stamps from a selection of the Personal Impressions Paula Pascual sentiment stamp sets (Double Sayings, Mixed Sentiments, All Year Round and Mix and Match Sentiments). One of the panels was adhered through one of the apertures on the inside of the card and two further panels were adhered alongside.


To replicate the copper foiling on the patterned paper, four copper card candi were taken and Zig 2-way glue pen was added to the front of them all. When this had gone clear, a sheet of copper foil was applied to the card candi to create foiled card candi. These were added through the remaining apertures on the front of the card. The glue was then also added to a star die from the Penny Black Sweet Wishes stamp set and stamped over the 'TO' word on the inside of the card. Once again, the foiling was added to this.




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