Here's Rock Star Anya ! My daughter, Katie, wrote songs and played the electric guitar in a high school band (they were REALLY good!)... and this card totally reminds me of her. She went through a phase of dying her hair a variety of colors, including pink! I have to admit, I'm glad she's back to being a blonde...but she looked cute, even when she was my pink haired girl ;) And here is my very conservative little Teacher Anya card (that's my nice way of saying that I think my card looks plain). My daughter, Megan, is studying to be an elementary school teacher so this stamp is extra special for us.
A couple of you have asked Copic questions (great subject...love my Copics), so let's see. My favorite Copic to outline/shadow with is the C1 (that's what I used with the teacher). But sometimes I use BG000, which I did today with the Elf and the Rock Star. The other question that is asked from time to time is, how to get started with Copics...I'm going to email a couple friends and see what's currently available for starter kits. If you use a lot of SU supplies (like me) then you also want to make sure you get colors that will coordinate with your cardstock and DP...and I'm going to find some resources for you there too. And you need to use the right paper and ink for optimal results. My plan is to answer those questions (and maybe a few others) in an upcoming post... or at least get you a link to a site that can answer those....how does that sound?
Alrighty then :) ... thanks for stopping by! I'll be selecting a winner for the blog candy tomorrow around noon, so be sure & check back to see who our lucky duck will be!!!!
Supplies for my Elf Anya card~ Stamps: Elf Anya, In the Spotlight (retired SU hostess set) Paper: Chocolate Chip, Riding hood Red, White, Ski Slopes DP Ink: Graphite Brilliance (with clear embossing powder), Old Olive Tools/Accessories: Copics, Spica Clear Glitter pen, Sakura Clear glaze pen, Riding Hood Red Taffeta Ribbon, Scallop Edge Punch, Cropadile (for embossing), Dimensionals