25 Days of Copic Christmas Day 13

Hi everyone!


My project for today is a ONE LAYER Copic Card. Crazy, right? Well, my friends, it can be done!

I decided to do a Kraft one layer card and do some coloring on Kraft. I like coloring on Kraft cardstock because your coloring doesn’t have to be quite so perfect like it does on white cardstock. This is a good thing if you want to do some coloring on a mass produced card. I think this one would be a great one to mass produce. You could simplify it further by just adding a twine bow or leaving off the button & twine from the Chevron ribbon.

I used the following Copic Colors:
For the gift box: R24
For the skin: E000, E00
For the dress & shoes: RV11, RV13
For the hair: Y02, Y04

Now to create this image, I used two different stamps from the SP and Company In Love Emma stamp set. The Emma girl and the gift box are two separate stamps. First, I kind of guestimated where the gift box would need to be stamped by holding my Emma stamp over the cardstock. Then I just eyeballed where the gift box would need to be.

Then I stamped the gift box & masked it off before I stamped the Emma girl.

I stamped the images and the sentiment in Crumb Cake (Kraft) ink from Stampin’ UP. The sentiment is also from the In Love Emma stamp set.

To embellish the card I used some Red Chevron Twill ribbon with a green button and Peppermint Divine Twine.

Then over the sentiment I added some Enamel Dots from My Mind’s Eye. The green one came from the Winter Wonderland pack. The pink and red ones came from the Honey “Love” pack that was part of the The Sweetest Thing collection.

To embellish the gift box, I used some green glitter glue that I picked up in a dollar bin at a local big box craft store.

The last thing I did on this card was I rounded the bottom corners.

That’s all for today! I’ve got another project to share with you tomorrow.

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