Hey crafty friends! How many times have you heard that classifying yourself as a beach or mountain person says something about your personality? Apparently, beach people are more of an extrovert and mountain people are more introverts.
I’m not sure if there is any truth but it’s been a dream of mine to visit the mountains of the rainforest and the inspiration behind my card.
For this card, I used Toucan Do It, Stitched Mountain Borders, and Meadow Borders Die all by Lawn Fawn. I began by stamping the images onto smooth cardstock and using my Copic Markers to color everything in the following color combinations.
Copic Marker Combination
Cheetah Body: E59, E57, E55, E53, E51, E50
Cheetah Spots: E29, E23
Toucan: N9, N7, N5, N3, Y35, YR00, Y00, YG05, B05, B00, R39
Butterflies: B05, B00, N7, RV19, RV52
Tropical Palm Leaves: G28, G07, YG25, YG11
Tropical Foliage: BG57, BG32, Y06,
Tree Branches: E27, E25, E23, E21, YG01, YG05, YG17
Hibiscus Flower: RV66, Y06
Flower: RV00, RV55, Y06
After coloring all of the images and using my ScanNCut to cut those out, I set them aside to work on the background. Using Distress Oxide spray in Mermaid Lagoon and Dylusions Ink Spray in London Blue, I sprayed a panel of watercolor paper for the background and then began working on the background elements.
I die cut the Stitched Mountains using kraft cardstock and added a little Walnut Stain Distress Oxide ink for dimension. Next, I die-cut green cardstock and added Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide ink to the bottom edge.
Once all of the elements had time to dry or set, I used glue dots or liquid adhesive to create my little scene.
I was inspired by the current LawnFawnatics Challenge to create this card featuring my dream getaway destination to the mountains.
Thanks so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
This card is entered in the following challenges
Polkadoodles Craft Challenge | Pattie’s Creation Challenge | Classic Design Challenge | A Perfect Time to Craft | Sweet Stampers Challenge Blog | The Crafting Challenge Blog | Jan’s Digi Stamps Challenge |
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Lawn Fawn – Clear Photopolymer Stamps – Toucan Do It
Lawn Fawn – Clear Stamps – Toucan Do It
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Stitched Mountain Borders
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Stitched Mountain Border
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Dies – Meadow Borders
Lawn Fawn – Lawn Cuts – Meadow Borders
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxides Spray – Mermaid Lagoon
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Spray – Mermaid Lagoon
Ranger Ink – Inkssentials – Dylusions Ink Spray – London Blue
Lawn Fawn – 8.5 x 11 Cardstock – Kraft – 10 Pack
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxides Ink Pads – Walnut Stain
Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Oxide Ink Pad – Walnut Stain
from: Dick Blick
6 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Toucan Do It | Ink Spray Background | Copic Coloring”
Wonderful card design and precious images. Thanks for sharing your lovely project with us at Jan’s Digi Stamps Challenge! We appreciate everyone’s entries.
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Thank you so much for stopping by, Donna!
Sweet mountain scene! There is definitely lots of sporty things to do in the mountains that you can do alone or with a group. My son that lives in the mountains is quite the introvert. Anyway, your card is wonderful- great design! Great coloring! Thanks so much for joining us at Jan’s Digital Stamps Challenge!
Thank you so much for your sweet comments, Shelly!
What a FUN and playful card perfect for a son or grandson! Thank you for sharing your animated characters with us at Jan’s Digi Blog Challenge. looking forward to seeing you again soon. Good Luck and Happy Crafting!
(Owner & Illustrator of Jan’s Digi Stamp Shop)
Thank you so much for your kind comments, Jan!