Just the Way You Are

Today, we’re welcoming Debbie Olson back to the blog for some fun with Pure Innocence.

I am delighted to be guest-posting on the My Favorite Things blog today and tomorrow! When I saw the Pure Innocence Just the Way You Are image, I knew that it would be perfect for the young recipient whom I had in mind.

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Shown below are the Copic markers that I used to color the image.

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For the inside of my card, I used the Blueprints 15 Die-namics for the pink mat layer, then stamped the focal image in MFT’s Pink Lemonade Premium Dye Ink and the sentiment in the Black Licorice Hybrid Ink Pad.

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To add that pale blue glow around the PI girl I used Copic BG000, softened on the edges with Colorless Blender. To cut the card front, windmill mat layer, and star, I used the Blueprints 15 Die-namics set again. I punched a 1/16″ hole in the star to turn it into a tag. For the ribbon, I dyed a length of white rayon seam binding with Copic R21 Various Inks (re-inker). The patterned papers are from Echo Park’s 6 x 6″ Splendid Sunshine pad.

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That’s it for today. A huge thank you to MFT Stamps for all of this paper-and-ink goodness!

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Comments (11)

  • Diana Hester

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    What a sweet card. Thank you for listing the colors you used. I’m new to Copics, not to mention color challenged. :)

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  • Victoria H.

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    Your card is so cute and sweet! Love the pretty pattern paper and your sweetly colored PI image.

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  • Tona

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    This has to be the most adorable card I have ever seen! I love everything about it.

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  • Janelle

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    Love your work Debbie. I was an honor to meet you in the Copics class you taught in Grand Rapids, Michigan last weekend!

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  • Kelley_R

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    Love how your colors, patterned paper and mat shapes all flow togher. Thank you for sharing the Copic colors, I like to see what combinations others use.

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  • Pat

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    Such a sweet girly card!

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  • Jennifer Siffel

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    So cute! Love how you used the copic markers on the girl. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Darlene Oudette

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    Such a great idea … love the different color socks and the pinwheels in the background

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  • Susan

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    So cute. The different colored socks are a good touch.

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