I colored the Reel Deal image with Copics and decided to make it look like it was all laid out on a dock. I hand drew the dock and Colored it too with Copics. I'm a little heavy handed with my Copics, so my dock doesn't look all worn and weathered like I imagined. But you get the idea, right?
I also added some Clear Wink of Stella to the fishing line because fishing line always looks shiny to me. Lastly, I burnished everything in the image to give it some texture, and added the sentiment with a little diecut flag and a mini-staple.
Copics: Hat and Fishing Rods ~ E47, E44, E43, E41, BG99, BG96, BG93, BG90, R14, B04, B02 Lures ~ B04, B02, YG01, R14, YR09, YR00, YR04, Y17, YR00 Floor ~ N7, N5, N3, N1, N0, E43, E41, Multiliner 0.3
I made this baseball shaped card for a nephew that plays softball. I diecut it using the smallest Grand Circle die by Spellbinders, and used Power Poppy's Play Ball set along with a diecut star and enamel dot to finish it off. It's very CAS, but it fits him perfectly.
We'd love it if you joined us for our Power and Spark Challenge too. You could win a free digital or clear set from Power Poppy!! For all the details, visit this link to the Power Poppy Blog.
That's it for my projects today. For some more inspiration, check out the following Bloom Brigaders:
- Allison Cope
- Christine Okken
- Cindy Lawrence
- Julie Koerber
- Stacy Morgan
- Tosha Leyendekker---you are here
- Power Poppy
Stamps: Reel Deal (Power Poppy)
Paper: X-Press It, Smokey Gray (PTI), Recycled Carboard
Ink: Vintage Photo (Ranger Distress)
Dies: Stitched Rectangles (Waltzingmouse), Stitched Fishtail Flag (Die-Namics)
Accessories: Copics, Wink of Stella, Mini-Stapler (Tim Holtz)
Stamps: Play Ball (Power Poppy)
Paper: White (PTI)
Ink: Antique Linen (Ranger Distress), Love Letter (Memento), Black Onyx (Versafine)
Dies: Grand Circles, Star (Spellbinders)
Accessories: Enamel Dot