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Here is a layout I did way back in 1999 when I first started scrapbooking. Look at the sticker sneeze, and the funny shapes, I even used decorative scissors to cut around the pattern paper.
I have some layouts that I have always wanted to redo and this was one of them so I took this opportunity to see what I could come up with. I used the April card kit and the original pictures and below is what I came up with. I think it turned out pretty well.
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Headed to Scrapfest in Kitchener today with my friend Tali and we had a blast. There was so much to see and lots of great deals. We came home with tons of inspiration and ideas and I got lots of new goodies that I can't wait to play with. Here's what I came home with (won't be shopping for a long while now)
Okay so I didn't get the big stack of Staples cardstock at Scrapfest. Thanks Tracy for the tip the Staples 110lb cardstock works wonderfully with my copics. I also picked up some Neenah paper to try.
I have been practicing my colouring with my Prismacolor pencils trying out different colour combos for hair and skin. I thought I would share what I have been working on. I still have to work on blending more smoothly and the placement of my highlights but I like the colour combos I used for hair and I think I have found a skin colour combo I am happy with. The digi image is Forever Rose from Crafts and Me and is a great image for practicing colouring with.
Hair: Dark Brown, Light Umber, Putty Beige and Dark Umber
Skin: Light Peach, Peach Beige, Beige Sienna and Pink and Blush Pink on her cheeks
Eyes: Apple Green and Grass Green
I find the skin a bit too dark on this one but I like the colours used on her cheeks. The greens are my favourites for green eyes, I love the brightness.
Skin: Light Peach, Peach and 50% French Grey
Hair: Jasmine, Yellow Ochre, Goldenrod, Chocolate (shadow)
Eyes: Carribean Sea and Blue Lake
I don't like the French Grey for the shadow, too much contrast. The yellows allow for a nice golden blonde hair colour. Not my favourite combo for blue eyes, they aren't bright enough.
Skin: Seashell Pink, Peach, Biege Sienna
Hair: Goldenrod, Mineral Orange, Pumpkin Orange, and Burnt Ochre
Eyes: Light Umber and Chocolate
I love this hair colour, it has to be one of my favourites. I like the skin colour combo and the eyes on this one.
Skin: Seashell Pink, Peach, Beige Sienna
Hair: Black, 90%, 70%, 50% Cool Grey and Blue Violet
Eyes: Peacock Blue and Non Photo Blue
I find black hair really difficult to colour but I think it turned out pretty well and I like my placement of the highlights on this one. I really like the blues I used for her eyes.
I did blend all my colouring with blending stumps and odourless mineral spirits. If you have any helpful tips of suggestions I would love to hear them.