Wednesday, May 31, 2017

I'm bringing you the newest Digi Stamp "Michelle" by DevilCait's Art for the latest Classic Design Team Open Challenge.
You can find this and many other digi stamps on the artists' Etsy page.

The image is colored with Copic Markers, and attached to two panels made with a white thick cardstock and a mirror-immitating paper.
Flowers and leaves are handmade and colored with distress inks.

Officially now, part of a flower making DT
In 2 days, my first project will be published - I'm getting excited :)

Fairy COPIC coloring

Packing up...

Holidays are ahead of me, but my adventure with stamps, coloring, cards or DT doesn't stop. On contrary actually as I'm bringing my Misti, COPICs, inks and stamps along with me.

As I'm going to meet with some crafty girls on my journey, I prepared myself a few die-cut stamps so that we can all color and learn from each other during out friendly meet-ups.

I prepared some "how-to" for coloring with COPICs, I'm not a specialist whatsoever, but I love sharing my passions and knowledge:

YG01, YG05, YG07, G07:

Added the base (E25, E23) + star  (Y13, Y15, Y38) and white gel-pen accents: 

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Spring Box Card

To make this card I used digi-stamps from Craftin Desert Divas:

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Whimsical Dreams

 A colored page from "Whimsical Dreams" by Julia Spiri, done for World Wide Open DT.

Adult Coloring Book - Whimsical Dreams: Color up a Fantasy, Magic Characters. All ages. 50 Different Images printed on single-sided pages. Paperback.  by Julia Spiri (Author)

The coloring book is available on and

From the Author: In this coloring book you will find lots of unique, whimsical characters from a gentle world of fantasy. There are 50 different images to color. Creating a character is a long creative process. Once an idea has formed in my mind I begin sketching, until I have a clear image that I am happy with and want to paint. Once this is complete I finish the final drawing with clean lines, sometimes using traditional pencil, and sometimes digital pencil. Creating so many characters for this book was a long process, but so much fun. I hope you enjoy coloring it as much as I enjoyed creating it. 50 Different Images printed on single-sided pages

Tonight's a COPIC coloring night

I finally decided to do some ocean themed cards, and for this, I am using stamps from My Favorite Things - mermaids, otters and some others

The mermaids I colored in many color combinations for some diversity.

Tomorrow is time for otters and other stamps

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COPIC and Spectrum Noir markers used: