Edna Darling…. video for Scrapbook Boutique!

Art Impressions have the funnest images and I had a blast colouring this one for Scrapbook Boutique, hope that you like it too!

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

Edna Darling - Detail
Edna Darling – Detail
Edna Darling
Edna Darling

I’ve listed all the links to the products below or you can visit Scrapbook Boutique and go shopping yourself.

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Other Supplies:  Copics – B000,02. Y11,17,38. 0. R20,22. W0,2.T2. E000,00,11. YR24. YG00,03,17.  Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20,70%, Cool Grey 70%.

17 thoughts on “Edna Darling…. video for Scrapbook Boutique!

  1. Awesome card, Therese! Beautiful Copic coloring, and I love how you created your own ‘speech bubble’! So fun!
    Heads up: I love this Tombo Stamp Runner, but had really bad luck with the refills – BIG waste of $$, so now I just buy a new one each time. Maybe it’s just me, but I thought I should let you know 🙂
    Thanks again for the video…I always enjoy them!

  2. Therese,

    Thank you for your fabulous videos. I came across your blog by sheer chance whilst looking for hints and tips on you tube. I am very new to paper crafting and you have certainly inspired me. So thank you again.

    By the way if you ever feel your ears burning, it will be my husband huffing and puffing at the most recent parcel to arrive (he is a darling really I think they feel they need to live up to being grumpy old men !!!! He he !!!) I have just received a small parcel of some copics today so if your ears are itchy this is why lol…..

    Kind regards from sunny Scotland ( yes don’t faint it is a wonderful sunny day again !)

    Rhona x

    Sent from my iPad

  3. No matter how many times I see your coloured images they still make my jaw drop. Fabulous shading and I love the fun paper you used for the speech bubble!

  4. Another fun card Therese, beautifully coloured.
    Please let us know how that glue runner works out, I am reluctant to try these without some feedback having fallen foul of some great marketing but poor outcomes with glues and adhesives…maybe it’s a climate thing as well…Ho hum.

  5. I’m having lots of fun catching up with you, Therese, and your fun videos, but I had to stop and comment on this one. Edna is one of my favorite stamps and has been for many years now. I used to always draw a cigarette in those outstretched fingers of hers, but that is such a no-no now that I don’t do it any more. I am forever grateful to you for doing this updated and modern card using her as your star so that now I feel like I can bring her into the present day!! So pinning! Mwah! Darnell

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