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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Teddy Bear Birthday Card

Can you believe this was the last weekend of June... Holy Moly!

Each posting I am going to have either items on sale or tip of the day. It can be anywhere from Copics to a simple tutorial.

Tip of the day:  Copic Markers

The number one question when starting to buy Copic Markers are "what should I buy first"  These are my recommendation for starting a Copic collection.
  • E000, E00, E11 - Flesh tones for Caucasian skin. R20 for blush 
  • Y00 or Y11, Y02, Y04, Y08 - Yellow
  • E29, E25, E35, E50 -Browns for wood and hair
  • R22, R26, R29 - bright red
  • YG21, YG24 - Green for grass and plants
  • B21, B24, B27, B29 for bright blue.
  • RV 00, RV21, RV25 - Bright pink .
  • C00, C1, C3 -  mimics "white" clothing and can add depth and a shadow to the outside of your image
  • V12, V15, V17 - purples
  • YR12, YR15, YE17
  • Copic Blender is a must have to lighten or remove color. 
Remember you should have three markers in the same color family 2-4 numbers apart.  This is so you can create shadow and light areas to create a 3 D look. For example:  blue's you could eliminate B29 or B21 depending on the depth of color you are looking to create!

Hope this helps

I have a delightful birthday card for you and entering it into two challenges. The first one is Party Time Tuesdays! I love this blog for only birthday cards are allowed! Each challenge I make a birthday card with a specific person in mind. Yea! From this moment forward I just might be on time sending them! This weeks challenge is red, white and blue!

Second challenge is for Teddy-Stampers! Yep, you have to have a teddy bear on your card! No problem for me for I love teddy bears! This weeks challenge is a summer time theme! Another simple and clean card!

 Supplies: 
  •  Cryogen Paper for coloring 
  • Copic Markers
    • Red: R22, R24, R27, R29
    • Blues: B21, B24, B26, B29
    • Momma Bear: E71, E74, E77
    • Little Girl Bear: E25, E35, E19, E11
    • Grass: G40, YG23, YG25
    • Stump: E25, E27,  E34
  •  DP: Basic Grey
  • Ribbon: Stash
  • Cuttle Bug folder
  • Nestabilities Circles and scallop circles
 Thank you for looking and have a great week!

10 comments:

Michelle said...

Hi Colleen, Such an adorable sweet card,

Sharon Keanly said...

Hi Colleen, thanks for joining in the fun at Teddy Stampers. Your card is absolutely adorable. Love this image and your embossed paper is fab! hugs Sharon

Penny Duncan Creations said...

What a happy and cheerful card!!! LOVE it and all the pretty pretty colors......the card just POPS with all the red against the white!!!!!

lynda said...

Such a pretty card, Colleen! Love the bright colors...it just sings! Great idea about joining a birthday card challenge so you get those bd cards done on time. I'll have to check it out. Love your Copic coloring!! They're definitely not in my budget right now, so I'll have to keep making do with my water based markers! Thanks for sharing this gorgeous card!

Ayelet {Jenny} said...

Ooh what a pretty card! Love all the details! thanks for stopping by my blog :-) X

Chelsea said...

Hi Colleen,
Great tips on buying Copics...Thanks :)
Your card is so pretty and the texture papers are gorgeous.
Too cute.
Luv,
Chelsea

Cherie said...

Hi Colleen, I came over to say thank you for your lovely comments and was so pleased you had joined in the fun with Teddy Stampers.
What a glorious image I love your colouring and it's so bright and summery.
Hugs Cherie

Rene' Sharp said...

What a great Summer Teddy card!!! LOVE it! Thanks for playing along with us at Teddy Stampers. Hope you had fun!

Annie said...

what a fabulous image you have used on your teddy card! thanks for joining in with us on Teddy Stampers.
hugs, annie x

Jerusha said...

How sweet, love the little tea party they are having! Thanks for joining us this week at Teddy Stampers! We start a new challenge today, I hope you will hop on over to the blog and check it out!

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