The last class from the Saturday sessions was with Jenn Shurkus and Lawn Fawn. I’ll be honest, this one scared me the most, and I really loved it! I’ve never been tempted by the Lawn Fawn teeny images, but I’m a convert now. That’s one thing I’ve loved about the Crop & Create Delivered classes … different styles and different brands, and trying things I’d never normally purchase for myself, and often being pleasantly surprised by the end results!
Some things I loved about this class:
- Copic colouring isn’t quite as scary as I expected – is mine perfect? Hell no. Was it fun? Heck yes!
- All the little critters and teeny tiny elements had always put me off this style, I’ll be honest. After trying it myself, though, I’ve realized how much fun it is!
- Getting pushed outside your comfort zone is an awesome thing to do – if you embrace it and keep your mind open, you can’t help but be richer for it afterwards.
- I’ll never look at critter stamps the same way again. Thanks Jenn and Lawn Fawn for broadening my horizons.
- Using less colours and overlapping to create the rainbow ink blending – genius!
Other than the recommended Copics, the ink colours I used were Dusty Rose, Wild Dandelion and Blue Lagoon by Gina K Designs, and Crown Me by Simon Hurley.