Coloring with Blendabilities and Copics for Christmas

This card was one of the first ones I made for the A Very Trendy Holiday 2.0 online card class back in August.  We ended up not using this card for the class, so I get to share it with all of you!

In the video you will see how I used Stampin' UP! Blendabilities and Copics together to create this card.

Direct link to youtube if you cannot view video below. http://youtu.be/DVF_TT7cNUI

Here's a close up to see even more of that detail.

TODAY IS CYBER MONDAY.  It's also the last day of Stampin' UP!'s online extravaganza.  They have some special doorbusters for today only while supplies last, including the full set of Blendabilities (minus skin tones & color lifter) is on SALE!  Check it out, but order quick.  Clicky to go to my store now.

To check out A Very Trendy Holiday 2.0:  http://www.catherinepooler.com/trendyholidayHN

Stamps:  Beauty of the Season (Stampin' UP!); Beauty of the Season (Penny Black)
Ink: Blendabilities- Cherry Cobbler, Coastal Cabana, Pumpkin Pie, Smoky Slate (Stampin' UP!) Tuxedo Black (Memento); Copic 110, E77; Black Onyx (Versafine)
Paper: Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Whisper White (SU)

Linking up my feathered friend with Merry Monday challenge.   http://merrymondaychristmaschallenge.blogspot.ca/2014/12/merry-monday-137-feathered-friends.html?m=1


Notes by Nina said...

Beautiful card Heather, your cardinal is stunning. Thank you for joining us for Merry Monday.

Debbie Henderson said...

Your background is beautiful. It makes the cardinal really pop! Thanks for playing Merry Monday this week!

Bonnie said...

I love this beautifully colored cardinal and the snowy background, Heather! Thanks for sharing it with us at Merry Monday!

the primitive country bug said...

Your coloring of this beautiful cardinal is fabulous! ~ Birgit

Kristie Goulet said...

So beautiful, Heather!

Danielle Vincent said...

Very gorgeous card Heather. Lovely coloring.

Susan Joyce said...

Awesome card, love all the design elements. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday.