Ooh this one was fun to make! A little bit of embossing, blingy cardstock and a charm - not to mention a seriously awesome Dustin Pike Dragon.
Unfortunately, illness & family commitments have led to me missing the last two challenges, but lets hope I can do better from now on.
The border stitching was created using my sewing machine, and the gold chain was made using metallic thread finished off with a gold watch face charm.
The silver border was created with the aid of a Martha Stewart punch and the dry embossed background was made using tracing paper and a Cuttlebug embossing folder.
Now I have been pretty organised this time and remembered to take a photograph of the Copics that I used to colour the dragon - I warn you there are alot.
And not only a Copic list but a detailed piccie of the dragon too - heck I've impressed myself with my organisation this time!!!
Good luck to everyone that enters the competition, I hope you've had as much fun on this one as I did.
Sorry, I double checked and still missed a spelling error...
anyway I love your dragon and the coloring is way too far beyond awesome! You are obviously a master of the copic!
Holy Dragons! that is awesome coloring Jane, as always.
Wow! That is a lot of markers to use. Do you think you would show us how you color a stamp? Love your card!
Dawn, I'm not Copic certified (merely certifiable) & having watched lots of You tube demos I don't colour the Copic way! But if you need help, just shout & I'll do my best to assist.
Wow! You are impressed with your organization, I'm floored by your coloring abilities. Wow, Is all I can really say, and of course the fact that I love the rest of the card also.
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