Saturday, November 13, 2010

A couple of projects I have finished

I am not the best photographer or even scanner person, so I am not really happy with how these are showing, but I wanted to share with you a couple of things I have done recently using Eat Cake Graphic stamps.
This first piece, the windows, stairs, word bubble and the little girl are all ECG stamps. I drew in the house, the door and the sidewalk. Colored with Copics.
Everything is an ECG stamp except for the moon. Again I colored using Copic Markers. I added a little glitter around the wand to make it look magical.
I got the card design her from my friend Julie at our hostess club. She comes up with the best ideas. I love the ECG flowers stamps. I use these alot. I colored with Copics matching the ink to the colors in the paper choices.

This shows what the pull out looks like.

Tried to make a gift card holder with this one. I am thinking the paper is overpowering but I do like the design. Used Copics.

Inside showing where the gift card goes.

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Rubber Stamp Madness

This is the lastest edition of Rubber Stamp Madness with a piece of my work as the cover. I had sent this in some time ago and they asked me if they could hang on to it for use at a later date. I was so excited when they called and asked me if they could use it for the cover of the holiday issue. The editor of this publication, along with the staff, are the nicest group to work with. Thankyou so much for publishing my work.

I also have a couple of cards in this issue under the Alice in Rubberland section.
This first piece is all stamping using colored pencils.
These two pieces use stamps for the main subject but I drew in the cake and the packages. I used watercolor pencils on these. The Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum was not selected but I wanted you to see it cause I like it.
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