Hope you are all having a wonderful day! Today I've had so much fun creating a romantic card using a Sweet November digital stamp.
This month I've been loving coloring this Sweet November digital stamp Big Hugs. The last time I colored this image I blew it up and just had headshots to focus on their sweet faces. I also made it to be more like a platonic love or a like a mother and child love card. This time I colored the their full bodies and colored them to be in a romantic love in Paris with a scenery of the Eifel Tower in the background. I just love how Amy Young draws these sweet images. This digital stamp is exclusively sold at 7kidscrafts.com. Don't forget that this month the Vendor of the Month special for February are Flowers. Everything in the chosen category has flowers and they are on sale for 20% off, pleases use code: FLOWERS The link to that flower category is here: Vendor of the Month sale: FLOWERS
I used lots of colors to color my image Copic markers which
E0000, E000, E21, R30
E84, Y26, Y21
his hair:E79, E29, E25
E23, E25, W1
B24, B26, B29
sky: E0000, E000
YG07, YG17, YG63
YG67, YG63, E84
I lightly drew it in with pencil
and just colored it with
I kind of drew it in too thick on one side though,
got a little heavy handed there.
I wanted him to hold a mix bouquet of flowers in his hand
so I cut a tiny portion of the Doodlebug Sprinkle. Then
I cut it up a little more to fit in the shape of his hand as best as I could.
I thought the size of this Doodlebug was perfect for the size I printed the image.
Nestled within the roses I put a little lock that comes in the
Doodlebug Shaped Sprinkles called French Kiss,
I thought it was perfect for this romantic love and French themed card.
The 6x6 papers I used are called
Doodlebug Designs - French Kiss
The little embellishments are from:
The roses are from
and I just used my Copic refills to match my card.
I had a blast making this card, I hope you got
a little inspiration and if you'd like get to go
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