Free-for-All Friday: Summer Card Camp Week Two

by Lain Ehmann on July 8, 2011

I’ve decided to make Friday a free-for-all. Who knows what you might find: Links to my fave non-scrappy products, a glimpse into my “outer” world, a card idea, stamping… you’ll just have to tune in to find out!

It’s the second week of Summer Card Camp, and I’m having a blast! It’s so nice having someone ELSE have to worry about the assignments, the blogs, the prizes, the handouts, the customer service… whew! Makes me tired just thinking about it! ;)

We had another fun color combo this week to work with, and here is my card:

Here’s the inside:

The monkeys are a new set I just got on clearance… I couldn’t resist those vines! I colored the monkeys with Copics and the vines with stamp markers. A little baker’s twine in the orange of the color scheme, and voila!

What are you up to lately?

  • Jean

    Love your card! I’m enjoyed the class, too, and used monkeys as well. Those colors just called for some jungle goodness.

  • Michelle (from KY)

    That card is so cute! Looks like you are having fun!

  • Anonymous

    Thank you, I AM having fun. :)

  • Anonymous

    Can’t wait to see what you’ve made! The gallery is a tad overwhelming, but I’m looking forward to diving in!

  • Mapkelley

    so cute, where did you get the stamps?

  • Anonymous

    Those cute monkey stamps were on sale at Michaels! :) They are by Stampendous. I believe they were on clearance for $3.99!

  • Jennifer

    I love your card:)  I do have a question regarding the copics (I have never used) you use and talk about all the time.  I tried using my stamp markers (I have two sets from two different companies) for some color blending but it didn’t pop like your monkeys or other examples I have seen you done.  What makes copics different from stamp markers?  Thanks:)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks, Jen! The simple answer is that Copics are alcohol-based, so the blending process and resulting colors are very different. I have a bunch of info on my blog at layoutaday.com’copics, including a video with some basic info about Copics.

  • Jennifer

    Great Thank You:)

  • http://artbytomas.blogspot.com/ Tomas

    Great card. I love it and bow to you. Your card is full with love, radiates that precious feeling and thus the outward simplicity makes your touch the real artwork worthy the note –

    art by Tomas

    was healed by your approach to life. Thank you for this great lesson.

  • Lzepponi

    Very cute! Great job. How long did this take you?

  • Anonymous

    Thank you!
    It took me about 20 minutes. The actual coloring took about 10 minutes — the hardest part was the blue! I used three different shades and kept getting them all mixed up and having to try to salvage it. ;) Then the “fussy cutting” of the palm leaves took a bit of time, too. The rest was easy-peasy. :)

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