I think I've mentioned here on my blog that since losing my son in June, I've really struggled with both card-making and coloring - both of these things should be therapeutic but my mind just can't focus for long enough to make it enjoyable. I tried doing some Copic coloring over the Christmas break and gave up after an hour or so. I truly hope that one day the pleasure I got from card-making and coloring will come back and I can enjoy it again. So, in my desire for a colored image, I found one that I colored way back when this stamp set first came out.
Because this was colored so long ago, I can't tell you what Copics I used, sorry. For the square panel, I clear embossed some of the smaller images from the set and quickly colored them with a cream Prismacolor pencil before die-cutting with an embossed edge die. I die-cut another panel from Banana Split cardstock to match the image and offset that behind the Blueberry panel.
I gave the chef a sentiment to stand on to ground him somewhat.
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Stamps: Recipe for Happiness (MFT)
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Versamark, Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink
Cardstock: White, Blueberry, Banana Split (MFT), X-Press It
Dies: Recipe for Happiness (MFT), Embossed Edge Squares (Kat Scrappiness)
Accessories: Copics, Prismacolor Pencil, Clear EP