So I made this video a few weeks ago but with all the craziness around here I just now got around to editing, publishing and uploading the video! I thought I should show the finished project so I am posting pictures of the card I made with the images I colored.
I used a Cuttlebug folder for the background. I know I should be able to tell you which one it is and I think it is called Seasons Greetings, but I am not positive. I chose to do the card in all white so the wreath would show better. I tried some patterned paper but it just made the wreath kind of washed out.
What I didn't show in the video is that I also shaded around the wreath with Ice Grey 1. I then cut the wreath out and it didn't take near as long as I thought it would. I cut a "donut" of chipboard and then glued the wreath on it so I could pop dot the wreath. On one card I also colored another bow and pop dotted it on top of the one on the wreath but I decided that made it too thick for the mail, but the effect was really nice!
Here you can see the colors a little better than you can in the first photo and also on the video.
I wish I knew the name of the stamp I used but it was one I borrowed during Stamp Club and I didn't think to check the name. Next time I will have to see if I can zoom in better *okie thinks she needs to take a video making course*. If you click the picture you can see the detail of the coloring even more.
I did add some glitter to the fruit and some Glossy Accents to the leaves after I got the image colored and I don't think any of the photos give it justice. For the glittering I used the Sakura Stardust glitter pen in clear. I wanted to give the fruit a little of the sugared look.
Here is the video of the coloring process for this image if you are interested in watching. And if you are not interested in watching...well THANK YOU FOR MAKING ME WASTE A FEW HOURS OF MY LIFE! *okie falls out of chair laughin*