It’s new release day for Ellen Hutson – and my card is SO fun and surprisingly easy!
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Watch the video below or click HERE to see it on YouTube.
Here are the Copic colors I used…
You can make this for any movie – just google the name of the movie and ‘scenes’ and you’ll see lots of images. Think creatively about how you can express them….like a blustery snow scene you learned from one of my videos for a Frozen scene.
I’m leaving the slippers in….and sending a link to my friend who’s getting this card. So she knows what I intended. Ha! You can do that too—blog about your thought process, and send that link to your friend inside the card! They’d love to know more about your creation.
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- Binge-Watching Lady, Essentials by Ellen
- Copic Markers: EH – Blick
- Neenah Cardstock, Solar White, Classic Crest: 25pk – 250pk
- Jet Black Lawn Fawn Ink Pad
I love this and you make it look so easy. I definitely need that stamp set just so I can make a Star Wars card for my husband, who would love it just as much as I do.
I never thought I was a Star Wars nut till I realised I could answer lots of questions on the subject hehehe. Brilliant theme idea, movie cards, going to have so much fun with this x
GREAT Star Wars marathon watched card! I remember seeing it in the theater in the 70’s. Still love most of the movies. Some were not so great but the card is outta this world!
The Star Wars card is amazing… I enjoyed watching the process… And, I’m not even a Star Wars fan.
Love it! And Yes, the original is the best! No question. (But definitely looking forward to the next one!).
Love watching you colour. Pretty much every time I think “How on earth is she going to turn this into that finished card”. And then “how does she do it?!”.
Great cards Sandy
My son is getting married tomorrow, on Star Wars Day – I’ll have to make this card for him, better get busy! I appreciate all of your videos and enjoy watching them more than once to make sure I don’t miss anything!
Your wildflower card looks good enough to smell! Love it.
I recognized the scene right away Sandy, I am a big fan of the first movie. I love this card and all the tips you gave, you make it look all so easy to draw.
I also love the other cards, beautiful flower card and adorable animal party.
Thank you for showing this all and have a great weekend.
OMG – YES – I’m a total Star Wars nutcase! I was in my late twenties when the first episode came out – newly married and living in the Silicon Valley near San Jose, which was one of the Premier locations. We took off work early to catch the 4:00 show, slipped into our seats just as that Corellian cruiser came in over our heads, and we were never the same!
I’ll have to do this one for myself, and a “Jaws” card for my daughter, and…. oh my it’s gonna be a busy month of May! Thanks for the great tips on backlighting and may the Fourth be with you too!