Sunday, July 29, 2018

Stampin' Up and Copics (en français) 2018

Recently I was contacted by Chantal who had found my chart for Stampin' Up and Copic marker matches and was asking permission to translate it into French.  Absolutely!!  (As long as I got to share it too!)  She agreed - so there's now another link on my sidebar!!  I am so thrilled that this tool is useful for others.

I did this card using the color family match for Flirty Flamingo, Daffodil Delight and Mossy Meadow (and a little Certainly Celery since that was the scrap of patterned paper that I was using!)


The charts come in most handy for me when I am literally putting something next to cardstock - so if I had Flirty Flamingo cardstock on this card, I would't have to think - I just look at my chart, grab R32 and start coloring.  This card came about a little differently.  I'm playing along with the current challenge at the Fusion Card Challenge: Outdoor Room.

The Copic chart came in handy because I saw Flirty Flamingo in that picture.  I also saw soft greens (which could have been Soft Sea Foam but I didn't have any patterned paper for that), rich greens (thus Mossy Meadow came out), and there's even some blue accents so I pulled out last year's Glitter Dot set and used the lightest Dapper Denim.

Merci Flat

And I clearly had to go with Stampin' Up since I'm talking about a Stampin' Up Copic chart.  I recently got the Falling Flowers and they seemed just right. I didn't spend much time shading or trying to be artistic.  I love the bold look of the flower and just colored in sections.   I did switch companies with the sentiment because I just had to say "Merci" to Chantal for all of her hard work!!  Thank you so much!

Stamps: Stampin' Up Falling Flowers, Papertrey Ink Think Big Favorites 3
Dies: Stampin' Up May Flowers Framelits dies
Cardstock: Mossy Meadow
Patterned Paper: A scrap of old Certainly Celery
Miscellaneous: Stampin' Up Glitter Enamel Dots
Copic Markers: R32 (Flirty Flamingo) along with R35, Y32 and Y35 (both recommended for Daffodil Delight), G43 (Certainly Celery), G94 (the lighter green in the Mossy Meadow color family).  There's also E44 (Soft Suede) under the glitter in the flower centers.


  1. This is just gorgeous,a lovely

  2. Oh how pretty Kim, love the colors and your clean design!

  3. Tres Bien and beautifully done, Kim!

  4. This is beautiful, Kim, and such a wonderful take on the Fusion challenge!

  5. Love this! And what a great fusion of the sketch and photo! Thanks for playing along with us at Fusion :)

  6. I love the flowers and the way you placed them - one peeking out from under the paper so clean and beautiful!


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