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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Make It Crafty January Coloring Challenge: Skin

Hello!  I am thrilled to be announcing that I am back on the Make It Crafty design team - this time as a full-time MIC gal!  Thank you, Zoe, for having me!  In November MIC kicked off its coloring challenges with "Glow" followed by a fabulous "Sparkle" theme in December!  Did you see?!?!  There were some gorgeous entries!  This month we are back with a new challenge theme: Skin!  I tend to use the same color combo for skin tone every time I color.  For my project today, I needed a darker skin tone so I had to shake up my Copic colors!

This awesome digi is Biker Dad.  You can find him in the MIC store and he's perfect for any guy (dad or not) who love motorcycles!  As usual, I have loaded up the card with dies.  All the ones I've used here are from La-La Land Crafts (Skyline Border, Steampunk Border, Happy Stitched, Double Stitched Squares, Fancy Numbers, Arrows, Gears Heart, and Steampunk Corner).  I also used two chipboard words from Make It Crafty!  I colored "birthday" and "celebrate" with Copic BG75 and then coated them in Turquoise Stickles.  These words are so amazing and such fun to work with!  They are super versatile and you can combine them with stamps, dies, or other chipboard to create custom sentiments.  MIC also has a fabulous line of chipboard shadow boxes and little houses that you can build and decorate!

Hope you liked my crafty inspiration!  Join us over at the challenge for your chance to win one of three $5 gift vouchers for the MIC shop!  To be eligible you must use at least ONE Make It Crafty product on your project and follow the challenge theme.  All coloring mediums are welcome and your entry does not have to be a finished project.  Enter our Skin coloring challenge HERE!

Make It Crafty Product Used:

Copics Used:
Skin-E11, E13, E23, E25, E27, E70
Bike and Hair-N0, N2, N4, N6, N8, Y11, Y17
Clothes and Spray Bottle-B32, B34, B39, BG13, BG15, BG75, R24, R27, R29, R89, Y11, Y17, YR18


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