Hey card making friends, thanks so much for stopping in. Today I’m playing with Colorado Craft Company Magic Time which is part of the new Anita Jeram Meets Big and Bold on Broadway Release. Those little mice are at it again, this time on Broadway with a Cinderella theme. So Cute and so much fun. My first pick is this adorable Magic Time. I could not resist the little princess sitting atop that beautiful pumpkin. I just had to grab my copics and color her in.
Blog Hop & Give Away
It’s also Blog Hop Day for this new release, so grab a coffee and check out all the great inspiration from the design team. Colorado Craft Company will be giving away a stamp set at every stop on the hop so don’t forget to leave a comment for your chance to win. Winners will be notified in their Sept 1 blog post.
And, the entire bundle will be given away to one lucky winner. The winner will be chosen from orders placed through design team member links and will be notified directly by email.
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This stamp set has two adorable images and a great selection of sentiments. It also coordinates with the Fairy Godmother stamp set and the On Broadway set. They are all linked below for you.
How to create the Colorado Craft Company Magic Time Card:
Start by using a Misti to stamp the image in Gina K Amalgam Black ink onto a piece of Hammermill White cardstock.
Next, use copic markers to color the image.
Pumpkin: YR02, YR14, YR15, YR18, E35 – brown stem E31, E35, E57
Dress: B00, BG01, BG53, BG57 – Dots: V06, V09 – Stars Y11, Y06, Y13
Fussy cut the image out or use the coordinating dies.
Creating the background:
On a 4 -1/4 x 5-1/2 piece of Hammermill White Card, use blending brushes to add Distress Oxide Inks in Prized Ribbon and Cracked Pistachio.
Next, splatter with water, pat off excess with a clean paper towel, then splatter with white paint.
When the piece is entirely dry, place it back into the Misti and stamp the image again along with the sentiment at the top in black.
Finally, stamp the sparkles around the star wand with VersaMark Embossing Ink, and white heat emboss.
Then, on a scrap of white, stamp the smaller star 4 more times, then color and cut out.
Colorado Craft Company Magic Time – Putting it all together.
Start by using White glue to glue the colored image into place. I like white glue because it gives me a bit of wiggle room to get it just right.
Next, glue down the stars.
Finally, attach to a top folding A2 sized white card base
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