Happy Friday! Yesterday I spoke about Winter coming and today, as I type, there are snowflakes fluttering down from the sky :) I have a card and a video to share with you today.
I had a great response with my Halloween Card series and was asked to do something similar with a Christmas theme. I am going to do my best to create a series but I won’t set myself a set number. This first one shares how I create masks for creating backgrounds when using digital images and also shows you the copic coloration. I have added all the numbers used right in the video.
I recently purchased a couple of Tiddly Inks digital images. They are so very sweet. This first one in called Winter Wryn.
What I really enjoy about digital images is how I can size them perfectly for whatever project I am creating. I knew that I wanted to create a simple card without too much fuss and create a starry background.
One of the things I really enjoy with digital images is that I can size them perfectly for whatever project I am creating. I knew that I wanted a relatively simply layout with a wonderful starry background behind the image.
Here is the video showing you the coloration with copics as well as the creation of the background. Enjoy :)
- Winter Wryn digital image from Tiddly Inks
- Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle Die set
- Mama Elephant Scalloped Rectangle
- Distress Inks (Tumble Glass, Salty Ocean, Chipped Sapphire, Black Soot)
- Stickles in Star Dust
- Sharpie Poster Paint
- PaperTrey Ink Banner Die
- PaperTrey Ink Merry Little Christmas stamp set
- Ranger Embossing ink in White and Platinum
Thanks for stopping by and I hope I have inspired you to try out some new techniques with your digital images :)
Hugs Jeanette xxo