All About Children Blog Hop -Final Stop

Hellooo! Welcome to the iCopic All About Children Blog Hop. You should be arriving here from Alyssa’s blog, if not, please head back to the iCopic blog where our hop begins. I am your last stop on the blog hop, but you won’t want to miss any of the beautiful projects along the way.

On the iCopic blog, you saw my cute little snowman card, and below, I have another project for you. This card is more teen-inspired than my other project.

This card features a lovely SP and Company sentiment from the Bold Sentiments I stamp set and a cute girl from The Greeting Farm, in a stamp set called Special Autumn.

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I used the following Copics to color in my image: E00, E000, E01, E31, E33, E35, E37, E29, BG00, BG01, BG72, BG75, and BG78.

I drew all of my color inspiration from the patterned paper I used. All of the colors I chose for Copic coloring, and for the rest of my card were picked to match the patterned paper. Matching everything to your patterned paper is one of the easiest ways to end up with a perfectly coordinated, polished looking project.


So that concludes the blog hop! When you are done leaving me a comment below, make sure that you head back over to the iCopic blog and play along with our challenge. 

There are TONS of amazing prizes up for grabs, including the last two that I am about to share with you!! As you know, I am the owner of SP and Company Stamps, and therefore, I want to offer up some lovely SP Stamps!! The winners of the SP stamps will be chosen at random, same rules apply for these prizes as the rest of the blog hop prizes.

Cutest Gingerbread Man Stamp set

and

Christmas Emma Stamp set

 

I can’t wait to see what you make for the blog hop challenge!





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41 thoughts on “All About Children Blog Hop -Final Stop

  1. Sammi, this is just gorgeous. I love the colour combination you’ve used, muted blue/greens very subtle but strong. I love your colouring, I’m always looking for tips as I’m relatively new to coluring with copics. Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers,
    Kasey ~ in Oz

  2. Ooh. I looked at this the other day and I just love that card layout and the paper you used is really cute (and you let it lead you to some really nice coloring!). Great job!

  3. Oh my goodness, what a great hop this has been! Love your card. Love all the cards! Had so much fun with the children challenge. Thanks!

  4. Your card is really cute, Sami! You did a great job of coloring the cute image. Would love to try some of your stamps if I’m lucky enough to win them. Thanks for that opportunity. I’m a new follower.

    Anniebee
    anniebeescraftroom.blogspot.com

  5. What an awesome card Sam; I love that image and that bold sentiment is just so perfect! I have a thing for sentiments:0) Love them. That great big bow is the perfect final touch!

    Hugs;
    Janette

  6. Girl I love your coloring, beautiful!!! Your image does go great with the paper that you used. This has been a fun hop, with new to me blogs. Thank you for the invite, I have enjoyed each project.

    Marianne S.
    sthquilter at gmail dot com

  7. thanks for a great blog hop! it’s very inspiring! i still have a ways to go on my coloring techniques it seems…always a work in progress.
    cal.

  8. This is such a pretty card…love your colors! Makes me wish it was warm enough to bust out the coats but, alas, it’s still 90! (I really shouldn’t complain…it IS August!)
    Rene 😀

  9. Oh Samantha I love this card. So simple yet striking – those papers and the colors on the TGF stamp is perfect! Love the bow again!! Gorgeous!
    hugs,
    Melissa

  10. This is perfect! Love that luscious bow and all the yummy colors! This is one of my fave TGF sets that I’ve never purchased…you may have just pushed me over the edge! ;o)

  11. Wow! Love the colours! Everything about this card matches perfectly. It’s a lovely image and you have done it justice. Very very nice. What a fun blog hop!

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