I couldn't wait to make this exact card as soon as I saw the sets. I wanted to put all of them together to show the evolution of the character. I stamped and masked a ton for this one, but it's totally worth it! I colored them all in with my Copics and then added some grounding by adding a little warm gray beneath the images.
I couldn't help myself, I decided to make some tags to go along with this card...
I used some Kraft card stock for the base of these folding tags. I cut each fold-up piece and then stamped an individual time-travelling alien on each one and colored them in. I adhered the folding portion to the tag base and then added the embellishments on top. I finished by adding a little bit of baker's twine to attach them to bags and boxes. It would be super fun to use these for my husband's Christmas presents this year!
Next up, I wanted to do something a little bit outside the box...
I took the evil alien stamp and turned it into a birthday cake masterpiece by adding a little bit of hand-drawn detail with my Copic multi-liner. I drew in the candle and the icing on the top of its head. I colored it in with my Copics and tried to add a little bit of texture by adding some dots to the "cake" portion of its body. I colored some pieces to look like Twizzler details and the "hardware" was turned into chocolate candy pieces. I colored the lights to be yellow gum drops and added some dots with my white gel pen to look like sugar! I added the sentiment below it and I was all finished! I think it would go well with a fun little tag added to a gift for someone's birthday.
For my last card, I wanted to put what I've learned from Sandy Allnock's City Sidewalk Copic class to good use, so I colored up this gorgeous wintery scene.
I stamped my image and then sketched in my scene with a light colored marker so I'd be sure of where I wanted everything to be placed. I went back in and gradually added color to the scnee to darken everything and bring out the details and then colored in my image so the shadows fell on the right side since the lamppost would be lighting the left side. I decided the I didn't want to add a sentiment to the front, so I simply adhered my panel to a top-folding A2 card base to finish it off.
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