As saturated colors are the truest form of those colors, I think it's fair to suggest that you consider your first box of 8 crayons: blue, purple, orange, red, yellow, green, brown and black. They're the very basic set and would likely be considered the purest, most true form of that color.
With that in mind, I began to fill my Elisabeth Bell Story Time image that Belles 'n Whistles so graciously provided. I used my Copic multiliner 0.2 to extend the trunk of the tree a bit further than the stamped image. Here's my version of Story Time all decked out in what I consider to be saturated colors . . .
I've mentioned here before that I'm not a big pastel kind of person, but these truer colors are right up my alley. I love using my Copic colors to fill an image in a realistic fashion. Having so many great Copic shades helps me to achieve a more realistic image that I enjoy looking at. Gotta love it!
I've layered both sides of Basic Grey's Jovial flannel pajamas with Bazzill cardstock to form my side open card. A Spellbinders Fleur De Lis Square shapes my image. I've added simple embellishments by using several 3/4" and 7/8" circle punches, Bo Bunny Timepiece Jewels and Hero Arts' Buttons. I get alot of use out of this every day Outlines Rubberstamp Company sentiment.
Here's a full view of my card front . . .
I feel the need to dance about how easily my background clouds came together. Just one marker, a torn piece of paper and about 90 seconds is all it took! I sure hope that I can do that again - LOL!!! I could hardly believe that I did it myself!
Hop on over to the Copic Creations Challenge blog to see what the design team has done with more of the brilliant Elisabeth Bell Belles 'n Whistles images and enter for your chance to win!
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Creative Craft "Sketch by Sandra" (here)
Fab-n-Funky "Recipe - 1 ribbon, 2 patterned paper, 3 buttons, brads or gems" (here)
Flutterby Wednesdays "Open" (here)
Paper Crafting Journey "Diecuts/Punches" (here)
Simon Says Stamp! "Anything Goes" (here)
Anything Goes "Anything Goes" (here)
Paper Sundaes "Anything Goes" (here)
Elisabeth Bell's "Photo Inspiration" (here)
Totally Paper Crafts "Autumn" (here)
Emerald Faerie Garden "Punches/Dies" (here)
skin - E000, E01, E11, E93
hair, tree - E31, E35, E47
grass - YG11, YG13, YG17
hat - E50, E53, E57
top - YR12, YR15, YR18
coveralls - B63, B66, B69
book - E02, E04, E07, pages E41, E43
flowers, butterfly, hairbow - V04, V06, V09