Color Me Creative Classroom blog hop

Welcome to a special Color Me Creative classroom blog hop!!  The Design Team has put together some awesome creations using The Saturated Canary’s digital images to help Suzanne Dean start off her “Summer Sale”.  Starting May 25th thru August 24th all CMC Classes will be on sale and bundled classes will be on special too…see the CMC Classroom for more details! It’s a fabulous time to take advantage of classes and once you sign up you get a full year in each of the classes you register for…but you can also buy them now and SAVE them to start this fall…you 1 year term does not start until you sign into a class.

We hope you hop along with the CMC DT today to see all the fabulous creations and be inspired! If you leave comments along the way on the DT blogs you will be entered to win some fabulous prizes including a Free CMC Copic Online Class,  a $20 Gift Certificate to SCACD and a $20 Gift Certificate to 7 Kids College Fund!  We hope you enjoy the hop and thank you for joining us today.  Be sure to stop over and check out all the classes offered at CMC!

Here is the card I created….

 

 

See how I colored her hair – made up of just little dots in an orderly manner – what a fun way to color ethnic hair that I learnt from Suzanne’s Copic classroom class 5.

 

Now hop on over to the rest of the DT’s blog to see what creations they are sharing.

Alyce Keegan (our GDT for this month)
Steph Lee (you are here)
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Tea in Paris?

Good morning everyone!

Welcome to another Crafter’s Companion post. We have a new release this week – some gorgeous Nouveau Sheena Douglass Providence images! Check it out …

I really only colored the door and windows with Spectrum Noir markers (the door & window were shaded with TN3 and the grain was just streaked with TN7, TN8, EB5); the ground and window was shaded with IG2, the pots were EB7. These lovely French themed background paper from My Mind’s Eye and those dots and strips – my latest addiction – Washi Tapes from Queen & Co. Oh and I should point out that the images were stamped twice and fussy cut out and both layers were popped up – so the Eiffel Tower actually looks like it’s in the background. The flowers itself all had Flower Soft on it for texture. I love the simple design with a whole lot of dimension and texture.

 

I hope you get a chance to visit Paris – in your craft room or in real life.

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