Thursday, October 13, 2011

Waltzingmouse Christmas House 2

P1060564 Good Morning blog friends! How are you all this week? I am worn out!! And guess what? I have my copic marker, intermediate class this Sunday! I am so excited, I hope this will improve my coloring! Today I have another copic heavy card for you. Its simple in design but the coloring takes quite a while. Not one for mass production, to be sure. P1060565 I created this little scene with stamps from Waltzingmouse's Christmas Cottage.  I stamped the snowman first because he is in the front.  I masked the snowman and then stamped the house.  I masked the side of the house and stamped the trees.  I got out my fine line copic multiliner and added the snow to the sides and the path way in the front.  Claire has a great pathway stamp for the regular house and I almost pulled it out but then I saw it had grass.... and since I was thinking snow.... I just drew in my own.   The whole thing is colored up with copic markers.  The background is colored too.  I own the air brush system but not a compressor so I rarely use it as I am always out of canned air.  I used some crystal stickles to give the snow some sparkle.  Thanks for stopping in!


Joyce said...

Wow, what a work of art. This card is so cheery. The red, yellow and green really pop. You must be a very patient person, to be willing to work that hard coloring a card. I am much to impatient, but I appreciate a good coloring job when I see it.

Rose A said...

Therapy on a cardfront!!
Looks like it took a while but what a breathtaking result!

Enjoy your class!

Michelle Philippi said...

Your coloring is fantastic...really. I don't color so this kind of work totally impresses me. Um...what color is that cardstock? It's not Pine Feather, is it?
Oh - and that purple Halloween card is really really cool. Thos antiqued edges are fantastic!

Jen Adcock said...

How amazing is this?! That's some seriously fab coloring. Whooo. Such an impressive job. First class! What an honor to receive this work of art. Just awesome.