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Baked with Love Cards

Over on TIME OUT Challenges, the theme of the week was HUNGRY. I actually felt a bit stumped on what to do with this. I pulled out all my food stamps and food embellishments. I actually purchased a Bakery and Kitchen themed embossing folder, and with that, this became my focus. So here's the challenge:

So this is the Cuttlebug Embossing Folders I used. And this is the, now out of print, Lori Whilock Stamp Set I used. I actually got this stamping set on clearance when my local AC Moore closed. It was the first time using both these sets. So I made two versions of the card. So wihout further ado:

I colored the stamps with Copic markers and used 3D adhesive to give them a bit dimension. For this card, I kept the three elements fairly close together.

One thing I've always struggled with is Copic Coloring. They're such fancy markers, but I never feel I do them justice. I ended up watching a tutorial by Mary Doodles that helped me out immensely. 

And here's the second card I made:

For this look, I gave it a little more space on the elements which I think work to its advantage. I also wanted to play with the light green of the blender so that became the backdrop of my card.

And here's one more shot of the card:

And that was my Baked with Love cards for TIME OUT. Overall, I'm really happy with these cards, and I always love pulling out my Copic Markers.

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  1. That embossed background is absolutely fabulous - and looks especially great with the vibrant colours you chose for your design. Your Copic colouring is perfect - you definitely did those "fancy markers" justice :) Thanks so much for playing along with us at TIME OUT!

  2. These are so cute and pretty! Love the dry embossed panel and your coloring is lovely. I think you are being hard on yourself. So glad that you took time out to treat us with these stunning card. Sending love ~ Ishani.


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