Shades of Warm Grey class. This is a Copic class just using four warm grey pens. (Click on the card to enlarge)
This was a class I taught in Preston on Sunday. I am also repeating it in Blackburn on the 5th and 7th of Feb. You will need to know how to use Copic pens to attend and will also need W1, W3, W5 and W7.
Copics are my colouring medium of choice as you get a seamless blend and fantastic shading. The stamp I have used is by Stampavie and can be bought here.
Wow... how effective can greys be?????ReplyDelete
what a lovey card well done, like lots.
What a lovely card, she looks so cool! Did you use spellbinder dies or are they cut with the cricut? AnnieReplyDelete
Lovely card Mel, as usuall perfection. xReplyDelete
What an impression only Grey makes
Gorgeous card Mel. I am just colouring one of my images in shades of grey but using promarkers.ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning, the grey tones look soooo elegant.ReplyDelete
I wish I live closer to come to your classes, or how do you fancy coming down to South Wales, lol.
Stunning Mel I really love the grey tones.ReplyDelete
Hugs Julie x
fab cards - just shows that grey is anything but a dull colourReplyDelete
Lovely cards Mel and I love the all grey tones.ReplyDelete
I love to do this with hints of Red and white for a dramatic contrast- eg: a red/white scarf or just bit of both in the matting & layering (though I'm a promarker girl like Michaela).
All the best Linda
Sorry I can't find another way to message you. I want to make the valentines Mail box as featured on the Cricut Chirp newsletter, but I can't find any link to it. Is this on a cartridge or is it downloadable into the craft room? Hope you are well! Love, Clare x
hi,melenie,i have only seen one card before done with shades of gray.the card looks nice. i have this stamp,will give it a go,one comment was add a bit of red maby. would love to come on a work shop,but it is to far for me now,hubby and i carnt travel far now,but can still have a go at home,love the blog land,and the crafts you all do love bluebell-flowerwood .ReplyDelete
Thanks Mel for reply about the Gypsy it has put my mind at rest. I would like to come up to Preston, I live in Sussex so it would be a long journey. Do you think you will do a C&C show on the Gypsy? Hope so as I am saving hard and have a birthday coming up soon.ReplyDelete
I enjoy watching all your shows on C&C thanks.
This is a lovely card Mel, when are you going to start selling them?...just a thought!! they are so lovely I could do with one to inspire me....I made the wreath yesterday, it's not bad for a beginner..lol xxReplyDelete
Wow Stunning card Mel.Love the grey tones - so eye-catching.Love Debbie xReplyDelete
hi melanie,well had a go at the grey image,as i had the stamp,i used crafters companions pens. wellit was a colouring mess. but i shall have another go,and i will use my promarkers and copic pens,and see what happens love bluebell-flowerwood.ReplyDelete
one word will suffice............STUNNING. xxReplyDelete
WOW this is amazing Mel, I've just ordered the whole set of the Copic Ciao hoping they will be easier to blend than my promarkers.ReplyDelete