Monday, 11 March 2013

mim#107 - clear card and copic colouring

This week’s Make It Monday over at Papertrey is all about the use of clear card and copic colouring.  I have a small collection of copic markers but I have not really spent as much time as I would have wanted  playing with them.  Glad I got a little push today.  The clear card is also fun to work with.  It’s like my card’s focal point is floating!

Here is my project...  I decided to make a set of itty bitty note cards.  I am thinking I can put this in my DD’s lunch box as a surprise for her. 

I used Papertrey’s Way to Go Kiddo (what an adorable set!), Stamper’s Select white cardstock and Smokey Shadow ink for the sentiment.  I also used Memento’s Tuxedo Black ink for the images, Fresh Ink’s provincial grey ink for the lines, various coloured cardstocks from my stash and copic markers.

Here's a look at each of them...

I also dressed up the inside a little bit...

Notecard #2 which is my favourite of the three...

And finally, notecard #3...

Hope you are having a great start to your week.  Thanks for stopping by!


  1. I would love to find these in my lunchbox. Adorable Irma.

  2. Irma, these are beautiful so neat and clean! How fun to get this in a lunchbox! Great take on the MIM video!

  3. What an adorable set. I agree--these would be such fun to find in a lunchbox.

  4. I LOVE these Note Cards, Irma. I am sure my Crabby Cabbie would like them in his lunches too. I can see a big smile on a little girl's face getting these notes from her Mama.

  5. How cute are these! Your kids will love them.

  6. These are so sweet. I would love to get something like this in my lunch box :). I've been hearing so much about copic markers. I know they are pricey but I want to check them out!

  7. Cute cards. Your daughter will love them. I like how you chose small images to practice coloring.

  8. Ack! These are so much fun, and they look so professional!

  9. Such an adorable set, Irma. Your daughter will know how much you love her finding these in her lunch box :)


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