So I had quite a time making this card yesterday. I decided that it would be a good day to do my January start-to-finish card making videos and at first all was well. I had a request to color up a TGF Cheeky and Rockabilly was eager to get on a Valentine. So coloring the skin went well, then her dress... no problemo. Next I did her hair and while I was coloring nothing looked amiss. But while I was loading the video I could see a 'glaring' problem once I added the darkest brown. My E49 nib was dirty and had done that weird glaze like look that Copics can do when the nib gets coated in the ink inside the cap. While Rockabilly was still good to go for the card the shine of the ink made it hard to see what I was doing in the video... blerg. Then the mail lady came and pulled down the icy driveway to deliver a box of crafty goodies to me. An hour later and a call to the tow company and she was finally back on her way while I was a lot colder and wetter for my efforts at trying to help. I felt so bad for her! After a quick change into warmer clothes it was time to finish the card. Instead of relaxing into the process Oreo decided that he needed to check out what was going on... repeatedly. Oy, I love that cat but I was wishing I had made him go outside for a bit, LOL! Still, I'm loving how it turned out despite all the adventures. ;)
If you are interested in checking out the videos you can find them all on my youtube channel, here.
Now, I'm going to go lay back down for a bit and then see where the day takes me. Enjoy your Friday!
cardstock- Bazzill and Copic X-Press It
paper- Echo Park (Love Story)
stamp- The Greeting Farm (Cheeky Rockabilly)
ink- Memento tuxedo black and Prima Old Road
Doodlebug heart gems
Kaiser Craft gems
Tim Holtz tiny attacher
Sakura clear glaze pen
skin- E000, E00, E11, R00, R20, W1, W3
hair- E43, E44, E47, E49, W10
clothes- RV21, RV23, RV25, RV29, T5, T7, T9