Dino 

Hello everyone 🙂 Happy Thursday. Today’s card is using an a image I’ve had for a while and I’ve finally got time to sit down and colour it up. My Copic markers are in short supply and I’m talking about 25 here, shocking I know hehe and my colours are limited but thankfully I did have a green and orange combination which I thought would be perfect for this. I decided to use kraft card as my white card wasn’t playing fair and not blending out very well. If you have any suggestions which your favourite card for copics, please leave me a comment :). This is my first time using Copic markers so please be kind :). The image I have used is called ‘Dino’ and he is just the cutest, Wendy Burns is such an amazing designer and person, I’m very lucky to be in her DT. For more information and inspiration about anything related to All Dressed Up please visit the website alldressedupchallenges.blogspot.co.uk or for Wendy’s blog please visit wendysdesignblog.blogspot.co.uk. You can also find us on Facebook – All Dressed Up Digital Stamps. I hope you like it xx

Ingredients: 

  •  ADU Image – Dino – http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/alldressedupstamps 
  • Copic markers – cultpens.com  
  • Colours: Green – G28, G46, G43 
  •                   Orange – E09, YR16, YR07 
  •                   Red – R89, R37, R27 
  • Crea-Nest XXL square, single stitched edge dies – eBay  
  • Tattered and Worn 12×12 paper pad by Recollections – TKMAX  
  • Orange card stock – Hobbycraft  
  • Mini foam pads – Hobbycraft  
  • Enamel dots – Handmade 
  • Black Sakura gel pen – Hobbycraft  
  • White Sakura gel pen – Hobbycraft  
  • 6×6 white pre-scored card base – Hobbycraft  

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2 thoughts on “Dino 

  1. I know exactly what you are going through! I have just started out with Copics also, struggling to find the right paper (since here in the Netherlands I can’t buy the recommended papers) and trying to find colour combinations that work with a limit amount of markers. We will get there! Great idea to use craft card stock.

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