Sunday, June 14, 2009

Copic Creations...coloring wood...



Hey...check out the new challenge over at Copic Creations! This time Unity stamps is sponsoring the challenge! I used the perfect image that came to my mind almost immediately when I read the challenge....Ask, Seek, Knock..by Our Daily Bread designs. I used


Sand E33, Sepia E37, 0 colorless blender , E29 burnt umber and E04 lipstick nat. The light shining under the door was Y26 and Y08. Oh, and I colored the "brick" with C1, C3 and C5.


After attending a Copic certification class I HIGHLY recommend reading Marianne Walker's blog for MUCH information when coloring with copics! Thanks for looking and dont forget to check out what the other dt members did!!


21 comments:

STAMPMOM9 said...

You have done it again!! GORGEOUS! Love the colors and the bird is a GREAT touch!! Hope you had a fabulous weekend! Hugs, Dawn

Riet said...

What a beautiful card Jane.

Hugs Riet.x

Judy Rozema said...

Jane, this is wonderful! I really like the bird punch! Awesome coloring!

Anneke klerks said...

mooie kaart , vind de stempel ook heel mooi, hier in Nederland verkopen ze geen stempels met bijbelse teksten in het Nederlands
groetjes anneke

papercraftsbyrach said...

this is fantastic Jane, wonderful colouring and i love the light coming under the door! hugs rachxx

RosesMarijke said...

Jane,

What a beautiful card ....the colors are gorgeous and the bird is really cute!

Hugs Marijke

mycardz said...

Another stunner Jane! Your coloring is so awesome on this one and you always add so many awesome details...it's true art work! :)

Jessica G. said...

Beautiful wood grain coloring and what a perfect image and sentiment combo!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

This is gorgeous Jane!! Love the colors!! You rock girl!! So glad you liked your RAK! I had so much fun sending it to you!

Grace said...

Jane this is beautiful! I love the color combo and that gold punched bird is a perfect touch! Your coloring is fabulous!

Jodi said...

What fabulous coloring you did for your wood card!! That really does look like wood!!
Hugs
Jodi =)

Billie said...

Great job, Janet! Love the coloring!!!!

Karen said...

Lovely card and great sentiment, the two together totally works. Your colouring is lovely too, the door is fab but the walls as superb also xx

Cheryl said...

Love your wooded dorr, Jane! Great sentiment and just a great card!
Wow! Triplets-that must have been exciting! Congratulations to them AND to their parents

"Kirby" (KrB) said...

This is beautiful, Jane. You did a great job on your wood door, and I love the image and verse. Great choice for the challenge.

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Wow Jane! What a beauty!!! I love the glowing light at the bottom of the door!!!!

Cindy Haffner said...

Stunning!!!!

STAMPMOM9 said...

I have been thinking of you today!! Was gonna get by to say hi! How I missed the graduation card I will never know???? Gorgeous...and to think triplets>>>>>>> sometimes when I am having a tough day with just one infant (you know what I mean) and a few toddlers....lol! The teens are more trouble than they are... lol! I always say It could of been twins or triplets...then I think well one is not so bad...I always wonder what it is like for the moms of multiples. The whole design is fabulous..the colors...everything!!! Yeah you need to scrapbook. I can be to Charlotte in 5 hours and will be there....you just let me know. My husband has a friend who lives an hour away in SC and we go stay there when the CKC Charlotte comes in Aug. Thanks for stopping by I always enjoy your visit, puts a smile on my face...and so glad I can bring back such fond memories. Better go....need to clean up the craft room. Hugs, Dawn

My Paper Adventures said...

Love the added touch of the light under the door! Very clever, Janey!! I'm going to steal all your Copics!!

Laurie said...

Hi, Jane! Love the door...love the light underneath. Have a great day, Laurie

cabio's craft corner said...

Hi Jane, This is a beautiful colored card. I love the mysterious layout. Very elegant & attractive!
Hugs,
Cabio