Cards, Coloring - Copics

Toby Tumble dressing the tree


Digital stamp: Toby Tumble Dressing the tree by Pachelas studio

Fur: W3-1-0
Ears: R20, E21
T-shirt: R59-37-35 and C3-1-00
Pants: YG97-95-93-91
Dress: BV25-23-20
Ladder: E35-33-31
Christmas tree: G85
Stars: YG23-Y19-YG21
Christmas ornaments: R59-37-35
Bell: C5-3-1-00
Background: Y11-Y000 and C3-1-00


Cards, Coloring - Copics

Katie Bug from the online class

Hello everyone,

Today I’m gonna show you how I’ve proceeded with my Copic marker online class. I’ve continued to practice on the digital stamp Katie bug from My creative scoop. Last week I colored her skin. And this week I’ve practiced on coloring her dress, her hair, and the background. This is actually the first background that I’ve made from the online class. Now she’s finished and I’ve used the stamp on a simple Christmas card. Now I’ve so much new inspiration and wants to color all the time.

Hair: E29-25-21
Skin: E11-E00-E000-E0000
Dress: R59-37-35
Socks: C1-00
Bow and shoes: BG99-96-93
Ground and the background: C3-1-00

The patterned paper is from First edition paper and the paper pad Vintage Noel.

Take care!

Coloring - Copics

Create with markers online class


If you follow me on Instagram you already know that I’ve enrolled in the e-course Create with markers – Mega class with Mindy at My Creative Scoop. I’m so excited to learn more about my Copic markers and get my coloring to a new level.

I’ve just begun with the online class and I’ve already learned a few new things that I’ve never thought about before. For example, you don’t need lots of color combinations to get different skin tones. You can get both a light, medium and a dark skin tone with the same color combo. It all depends on how much of each color you use. In the class, Mindy tells us about her favorite combo for coloring skin and how to establish the three different skin tones. I haven’t used my copics for a long time now so it was really useful to get an update on the skin tones. Mindy also shows us how to get more depth in the images.


Now I’ve realized that I have to change the nib on a few of my markers because they are so sticky. I thought that the nib had to be changed only when it was damaged. But that’s not always the case.

After only a few basic steps in this mega class, I can really recommend it to you. And there’s still so much more to learn. Here you can see what’s included in the class.

I will take this class at my own pace but I promise to update you along the way.



Blog makeover​


The blog has got a whole new look. I’ve deleted some old content that had nothing to do with crafting and card making. I’ve also changed and deleted a lot of old categories that I do not use anymore. From now I will publish all my creations in the two new galleries, my crafting gallery, and my card gallery. You can find the galleries at my welcome page or on the menu at the top of the page.

As it sounds, you’ll find all of my cards in the card gallery and in the crafting gallery, you’ll find all of my other projects. Like my baby carriages, boxes, and bottles I’ve decorated. I’ll add my old creations as soon as possible.

If you find anything on my blog that doesn’t work as it should so please leave a comment and I’ll fix that as soon as possible.

Today I’ll show you a card I’ve made for a wedding couple. I’ve got the inspiration for this card from Jen Nelson at The Tiny Blue Butterfly. I really like her cards, they are so clean and simple.



Oh, one more thing! Now you’ll find me on Instagram as @madebyebba. So please follow me there. And don’t forget to follow me on my Facebook page. You can find the link here or at the top of the page.

Have a nice weekend!