Sunday, September 27, 2020

A New Autumn Stamp by Stacey Yacula for Purple Onion Designs

This bunny and mouse were excited to find a battery operated tea light for their pumpkin. 
I tell you this so you won't be alarmed about two vermin playing with fire.

This is all one image.  The openings of the pumpkin are solid, so when stamped in black, they would be solid black. 
I inked it up with Lawn Fawn's Jellyfish ink so I could color it to make it look like it was glowing on the inside.

The image was colored with Copic markers, and then I added Black Soot Distress Ink to the edges. 
I was going for a sketchy look of darkness, so I left some white showing.

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  1. I know I say it about ALL your cards Kara, but this one is colored FABULOUSLY!! Your light and shadows couldn't be any more perfect and I am just in AWE of this card!! STUNNING my friend!! Hugs. :0)

  2. Excuse me while I pick up my jaw Kara, your colouring is brilliant!

  3. Fabulous image,,,and your coloring is out of this world fantastic Kara!

  4. Oh, my!! What a fabulous Halloween image!! Adorable rabbit and mouse working together to make the jack-o-lantern!! The coloring is amazing!!! Great sweet card, Kara!!

  5. Kara, we think your card looks like a children's book illustration - yes, it is that good!

  6. I agree with Michelle!! Wow, this is stellar!!

  7. Oh Velma, this is fabulous! What a darling image, and I love how you've colored it. Very, very sweet. I think we need a playdate just so you can color for me, hahahaha!! Hope mumsie is better. Sending love. bkb

  8. This just glows and draws you right in to the jack-o-lantern. What a sweet stamp this is and your coloring is awesome. I love him on that ladder to help.

  9. Holy Cannoli!! This is AMAZING!!! That glowing is just fabulous!!! You just awe me!!!

  10. Clunk! That's the sound of my chin hitting the ground, Kara ... I was sure there was an actual tea light in there somewhere ... the glow is fantastic ... and your colouring of this adorable scene is stunning (yep, even for you!). Big hugs and bisous, Anita :)