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2/13/12

iCopic Weekly Challenge #69

Hi, everyone, Kelli here to bring you this week's iCopic Weekly Challenge. This is iCopic Weekly Challenge #69.

The Challenge: BG Family
Pull out those Blue Green Copics and color something! Show us your completed project below.



To join this week's challenge just add a direct link to your challenge project below. Projects are due on Sunday, February 19th at noon PST. A winner will be chosen at random to receive this week's prize. The winner and top 3 picks be showcased right here on the iCopic blog Sunday evening!  We will also announce our weekly commenting winner too (chosen at random from all the comments left on the blog this week, so be sure to leave us some love)!

We're adding a NEW RULE starting this week, because we want our challenges to be for iCopic customers and loyal fans. All challenge projects must be newly created JUST for the iCopic Challenge. You may enter your project into additional challenges, but excessive challenge pile-ons (more than 7-8 additional challenges) will be removed and not eligible for our prize or top 3.

This week's prize is a special $15 gift voucher!






Since this week's challenge is to use the BGs, I thought I would do something a little different.  I colored Mermaid Anya's hair with them!  I stamped her in Memento - Tuxedo Black ink and used these Copics to color her:
hair:  BG18, BG15, BG13, BG11
skin:  YR00, E00, R20 for cheeks and eyelids
mermaid tail fin:  G07, G05, G02
top:  R24, R22, R20
I made this card into a tag holder.  I used a clear sheet and hand sewed it to the bottom of the card front so that the tag with Mermaid Anya had a pocked to sit in.

The polka dots on her tail fin were done with some inverse masking I guess you could call it.  I stamped the mermaid image and then cut out the fin using a craft knife so that I could stamp over the tail without it getting anywhere else.  I used the SP & Company - Easter Eggy set.  Isn't it funny how we can find other uses for our stamps!?  I love it!  :)
Thanks so much for stopping by!  Have a great day!  :)


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