Wednesday, February 23, 2011


As I've mentioned before, I just purchased some of my favorite Tiddly Inks digi stamps; including the wonderfully complete SchoolGirl set, which includes three complementary images. For color inspiration, I looked to the combo at Scrapmaster's Paradise, which seemed to lend itself well to books: Daffodil Delight, Sahara Sand, Rose Red. I used the "leather" texturing plate to emboss the yellow and beige papers before printing the digis on them. I've found that starting with the Fiskars texturing tool and then going over it with my bone folder results in a really nice, durable paper.

I kept my color palette very simple, playing off the color combo challenge. I'm very pleased with how my copicing came out. For a final touch, I used the two titles that came in my Alice in Wonderland rubber stamp set for the front book. Ah, is there anything more beautiful than a book spine?!
Inspiration: SPCC #88

Digi stamp set: SchoolGirl by Christy Croll for Tiddly Inks

Supplies: Stampin' Up! paper (Subtles Patterns 2010), Paper Studio, XPress Copic, and Recollections cardstocks, Fiskars papercutter, deckle scissors, and texturing plate & tool, HP printer & ink, ZipDry glue, MS detailing scissors, Adobe InDesign, Memento ink, rubber sentiment stamps from Alice in Wonderful set, Offray ribbon, stash glass bead

Copic markers:
pages: E51, E33, YR00, E50
skin: E51, E33, YR00, E50, RV21
hair: E37, E17, E08, R59, E35
socks & shoes: E50, C-1, 0, C-5
dress & bow: RV29, R59, R29, R27
books: RV29, R59, R29, R27, E08, E17, 0
background: E50, E02
edging: E17


  1. That is so clever!!! :) I love it! :) Great idea!!! :)

  2. Wow - this is fantastic!!! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Tiddly Inks page!! It's gorgeous!

  3. What a neat project! Thanks for playing with our color combo this week at SPCC!

    Lori - SP Color Diva

  4. Wow! I love this! Great job! Thanks for playing with us at SPCC!

  5. Cute! And great coloring with the copics! Thanks for joining us at SPCC this week!


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