Today is the Some Odd Girl 2nd Annual Customer Holiday Hop or Hol-ODD-day hop as I’m fond of calling it 🙂
Anyone with a Some Odd Girl image on a holiday creation is free to link up and be included in our hop! You can link up anytime today thru Wednesday to take part. If you’re feeling EXTRA ambitious, there are some catagories that you can enter to win some fabby prizes put together for me by Miss Cassie from Paper Issues! She’s fabulous and did an awesome job! Luckily, for me and everyone entering, Cassie sent me along a little giftie with the prize packs or we might have been down a catagory. XD I had to refrain from looking at the the actual prize packs too closely so I didn’t want to keep them. Just looking at the pics was bad enough. I have no willpower! AHH!
My card today is a Shadow Box card that I made using Gifty Gwen with a clear front using a Hambly transparency that I had and ran thru my Cuttlebug with a nestie to create a little window to the inside. I’m really excited to show you all this card today for the hop because its one I made for Sammi at Mad for Markers’ Copicendium Vol 2! I was SO flattered when she asked me to make a couple projects to be in the magazine along with an interview! EEEP! I’m not worthy! I’m not worthy! I made one more card for it too but I’ll share that one tomorrow 🙂 The magazine is fabulous with lots of fun ideas and a focus on Copics! POIFECT!
So in honor of all of that I have an extra copy that Sammi so generously sent me (she sent me 2, I’m not giving away MY copy people, nope!) I am giving away a copy of Copicendium Vol 2 and 4 Sketch markers!
The Copics are W1, W4, B21, B26 and you can see my purty mug right about in the middle of the Copicendium rckhnds
To enter just leave a comment below on something Copic related that you want to learn. If you’d like an EXTRA entry pop over to the Mad for Markers FB page and leave her some love (and who sent you) then let me know you did 🙂 Either or, or both.
Would love to learn some more about blending Cpic reds without the bleeding. Or good tips on clearing up my lines. Also some good combinations for most things.
How about learning how to color up shiny things like ornaments? Lovely creation!! Love the Hambly!
Leah Crowe says:
oh my goodness.. totally EXCITED for you Kristy!!! If I don’t win that magazine, Imma gonna hafta buy it! Huge congrats!!! You’re my copics hero.. I adore your style of coloring! With that said, I would love to learn more about adding in facial details such as nose, eyelids, etc. 🙂 I commented over on the FB page too. <3 <3 <3 Your card is so beautiful.. love you created a window with the hambly and your white bows looks brilliant… love. <3
Shari Green says:
What a fab prize! What I would like to learn (as it does not seem to work for me) is to do the noses the way you do! Your colouring is amazing Kristy!
Angie Ha says:
Congrats on the feature. I love the cover! I didnt know this magazine even existed. Something new for me to check out ;). Id love to learn more tips on shading. Happy holidays!
Meredith Winston says:
WOW! That is an amazing honor Kristy!! I’M THRILLED FOR YOU!! woo hoo!!! Hmmmmm…I’d love to learn more about how to shade areas of clothing that have folds or pleats. KWIM? heheeh…Thanks so much!! Such a great opportunity!!
Holiday hugs girlfriend!
Lou Mac says:
Kristy!! WOW. 🙂
And stop it – you are SO worthy, you ROCK! xo
Oh I just LOVE this creations .. I recognised it at once .. it is gorgeous and you my dear are totally over worthy tee hee!!! 😀 You rock girl!!! 😀 Thanks for the plug on Copicendium 🙂 Great hop… I will keep on going!! THANKS for the fun xxx
Jamie M says:
Very cute card. I love this girl. Thanks for the chance to win. I would like to learn how to use my Copics a little better.
Robin McK says:
She’s absolutely stunning Kristy – I am in awe!!!
Amy O says:
I’d love to learn more about different combos for skin tones. Having a blended family, everyone’s skin tone is a little different so I need options.
Love your coloring ALMOST as much as I’d love to win! LOL.
How about some pointers on coloring pleats?
I would love to learn how you design faces with the nose.
Damaris V. says:
Gwen is one of my favorite stamps. I have my eye on a getting a few for next year.
Your coloring is so perfect. I hope to have a smidgen of your color skills one day… =)
Damaris V. says:
Hi there… I just went to the MAD page and left them a comment saying you sent me.
Can’t wait to look their stuff too.
Cathy Gomes says:
Happy Holidays! I love my Copics! Best investment in my Scrap Loft. I would like to see any video you make….I have learned a lot of color combos from you!
/sigh I just wish I still had all my copics! Tho I did find one in a bunch of wrapping stuff earlier this month when I started wrapping gifts! It made me happy! Now I have FOUR! hahahahaaa
BTW I love your card! And grats on being the lil mag! SOOO FUN!!!!
I like the fact you have a ‘Gwen’ stamp. Though my hair color is a ‘mature’ brunette. 😉 Thanks for the Hop!
Jess Marin says:
Congrats on the magazine piece!! Your def worthy. I popped over to the MFM fb page to say hello and let them know you sent me.
Would love to learn how you create the face shadows (like the noses, etc)
Ps. Great shadow box card!!
Brett Bouwer says:
I think its great that you actually take the time to blog about art etc, really gives me something else to think about other than school.
I would really like to learn about doing large areas of color using copic marker. and I also went to mad for markers fb page, wish I had seen it before,
Congrats!you are so talented.i would like any kind of tips for skin.tfs
Barb O. says:
I don’t own any copics (yet) so I appreciate all of your tutorials, but your faces are amazing, especially the shadows and shading. Thanks for the chance to win!