Friday, January 10, 2014

Wild, Wild West

Happy Friday,

We are escaping the cold and taking a trip to the Wild Wild West today.   The cards I'm sharing today, I made a while ago.  I was going to save them for a Wild West class.   Time passed...and they just ended up sitting on a shelf.  So I dusted them off and brought them to our Monday club meeting.

I love these step cards.  They are a lot of fun to make.  They are challenging to make in classes.  I wish I could have a class dedicated to how to make a step-card.   I hope they will make a template to cut them out in die cutting machines soon.  If they do already... please let me know where I can get one!

Each card uses Magnolia images.  The sheriff is relatively new stamp, but the cowgirl below many years old.  

 Copics used:

Blue jeans: B91, B93, B95, B97
Leather: E13, E15, E17
Shirt: E40, E41, E43, E44
Skin: E00, E000, E11
Hair: W3, W5, W7
Red: R24, R27, R29
Guns: C3, C5, C7

 I colored the sheriff twice, then used pop dots to raise up the second image.
 This is a great shot of all the layers.

Here is the second card: Cowgirl

This is a much easier card to make.  I used the new background stamp from Magnolia to create the illusion of the town in the background.

Copics used:
Brown: E13, E15, E17, E18
Red: R24, R27, R29
Skin: E000.E00, E11
Shirt: W1, W0
Rope E41
Hair: Not 100% about this. I do it different each time.  I think Y21,YR30, YR31.

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