Thursday, November 5, 2009

Spa Sophie /Riley Moose: Give Me the Simple Life

I am so happy with how my shading came out! I started with my darkest copic, then shaded with a medium shade, then a lighter shade. I made an identical card shading light to dark. It turned out well, but more solid looking. I think it is a personal preference. The fabulous sketch is by my idol, Julee: Mojo Monday sketch #111.

Are you interested in winning a set of 12 copic markers? Hallmark Scrapbook has generously donated the set of copics to Cuttlebug Challenge blog. Leave a comment on all 4 copic tutorials for a chance to win.
Class 1: Copics and digital images
Class 2: Copics and digital images, the basics, part 2
Class 3: coming soon!

10 comments:

Tracy said...

oh j- quite adorable! lovely coloring and i really like the color combo!

Silli said...

OMG!!!!!!!! Sweet June, your card is so cute! I love that image, the papers are fab!!!! Great card! Big hugs my friend!

dahlene said...

Waaaay cute! I love the coloring on your moose.

Christina said...

So cute!!!! I love this and the sentiment is perfect.
Hugs, Christina

lauren said...

oh wow! the shading on that moose is AWESOME! holy moly, you're gooooooooooooood. i love the papers on this, as well...and the distress/inking is fabbbbbbulous! yeowza!

Kristen said...

I love BG paper, that moose it too cute! Love your card!

Amy Sheffer said...

Fantastic design, June! Love your coloring!!

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Kay Sibley said...

Cute, cute, cute!!! June your cards ALWAYS make me smile! I wish I was that darling little moose right now. Ahh! Does that look wonderful or what?! I love this card, my dear!!! ♥♥ Kay

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