Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Project Ninety-two

Hello Again!

I am going to explain why I am so excited for today's post.
I love stamping, I have used my pencils to color. A year or even longer I went and bought
some of these "Copic Markers". I have seen some incredible coloring with them.
I was doing a Mickey Mouse stamp, so I bought black, red, yellow. I thought
that was all too it. I colored my stamps but was never like that's so wonderful.
SO I went back to coloring with pencils, and then sort of stop stamping and stuck
to my Cricut.

I love Peachy Keen Stamps. I go to their blog often, OK, I check it on a daily basis. The design team
amazes me every stamp release. I used their "faces" stamps on my die cuts all the time. I would use the sentiment but never the actual stamps. Mine never looked like the DT ladies images. I drool over them. I have been a member of the Stamp of the Month club since ummmm, January. I have used the faces and sentiments, but never the stamps. Well almost 2 months ago, my husband asked what I wanted for my birthday. I told him to color like the Peachy Keen Ladies, as I call them. So he encouraged me to go to the Copic's website and try to learn more. So I went to the website, and boy did I learn. Like did you all know the numbers actually mean something! That you blend with them! YES!! So I ran to You Tube and started watching some basic lessons with Copic's. So for my birthday I ordered 21 markers. Hubby was so good about it, heck he was impressed you could refill them.

So today, image is for Peachy Keen Stamps' July Linky Party!
You must used only stamps from this month's release. So here goes, my first time showing my coloring that I can smile at. I love it!! I BLENDED!!

I know I only colored his scarf and hat but I love it!
Card Basics
All paper is DCWV.
Solid blue cut for 6 x 6 inches
Light blue pattern paper is 5.5 x 5.5 inches
Dark blue pattern is 5.25 x 5.25 inches
are from Cricut Cartridges Very Merry Tags and Winter Lace
I cut them in different sizes.
I then ran them through my Xyron Sticker Maker
and covered them in ice glitter.
I colored him using Copic Markers B12, B14 and B16.
I then added silver stickles to him. I added some white gel dots.
The shape is from Cricut Cartridge Baby Steps

Thanks for stopping by
Have A Magical Day!


  1. This is adorable! The snowman is so cute and I love all the snowflakes! Thanks for Linking It Up at Peachy Keen!

  2. This is super adorable Beckie!!! Great coloring and awesome job with that cute snowman!!
    Thanks for sharing and linking up your creation in the July Linky Party with PKS!