Old Stamps... Colored with Copic's

this is one of my all time favorite stamps, and I have not inked her in years ( hampton arts) she's stamped with memento cocoa on a piece of Neenah. ( not white or cream have to find the pack) its actually almost a yellowish kraft paper if I remember right. ( she's also still drip drying)

colored her with copic's and added the well scripted. some gellyroll stardust pen is also on this image.

this ones 5X7 in real life, ton's of old prima mulberry flowers with the tiny purple ones are from Impress or doddlebug. and some buttercup liquid pearls. 

this image came to me via wish rak years ago, and I suspect it's stamped with versafine as every time I got a marker too close to the image I did get some smearing. (SU seaside sketches) this ones A-6 in real life with some scraps on the table, the board pp is from MME I think. the check is unknown, the sinamay ribbon is a scrap off the turtle card below. This sentiment is from lili of the Valley. ( it comes with the fairy hugging a teddy bear stamp) 

sentiments from Penny Black, the belly dancer is from Viva Las Vegas stamps, May Arts ribbon, MME pp. the burgungy cs between the PP's is coodinations. this ones 6" square in real life. 

Judi kins lure stamped on Neenah with Memento, colored with copics. the shipping tag was stained with old paper distress. the sentiment's from SU and the ribbons are unknown. 

can't remember this turtles SU set name anymore either. someday when I'm really ambitious I will dig out all my stamp catalogs and write on all the old sets wood blocks... not any time soon. sentiments from maybe well scripted? ( not sure anymore) the brown is a scrap of unknown cs ran through a what distressed stripes? folder. sinamay ribbon, somee handmade pp, some dcwv pp. the base is kinda very similar to mint melody cs. but, this is 6" square in real life. 

A very old PSX lobster shack stamp, done with Memento cocoa on the same color of Neenah as the tea gal above. colored with copic's. ( this is the first time in all these year's I have colored this image. I used to buy only highly detailed stamps, and stamped them as line art. no color. so, its been a fun last few days's coloring the old stuff, and being happy enough with the results to make them into cards instead of pitching them. this ones A-6 in real life, the pp. is from MME and the card base is SU. mind just went blank on the color sorry. 

1 comment:

Jennifer said...

Stacy, each card is wonderful! Your layouts, coloring, added embellishment details just make EACH CARD unique and gorgeous!