You’re Pandastic!

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Hello hello crafty friends! Thanks for stopping by another tutorial. Today I will be sharing with you how I made this adorable no line panda card. This is my very first time trying a no line card using my copics. Truth be told, I was very nervous, but it wasn’t as bad as I thought it was. Lighting is the secret. Let’s get started.

I started this card by using SSS Barely Beige for my ink. I used The Greetery Katie’s Cuties Panda Stamp Set. I found that this is the perfect shade (and with lots of youtube research, this is the go to color) to do no lines coloring on my project. I used W3, W2, W1, W0, and W00 (of my Copics) for my panda colors. I used the darker colors in the areas I wanted darker (or my light source in the darker areas)

Once I was done coloring my pandas, I cut out the bamboo using The Greetery BotaniCuts Bamboo Die. I used craft paper and SSS Green Apple cardstock. I used my copics to add a little something to the bamboo and leaves.

I got an trimmed down A2 panel and used Mowed Grass and Squeezed Lemonade distress oxide inks. I started with Mowed Grass and blended up using my ink blending tool. I added Squeezed Lemonade to the top and went back and forth with the 2 colors to get the blending results I wanted. Once I was done blending, I started assembling my card. I used the sentiment that came in the stamp set and heat set it in white embossing powder.

That’s it. A super adorable card using the no lines coloring technique. Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope this card was able to inspire you to be crafty. The products that I used to make this card and where I purchased them are listed below. All you have to do is click on the image and go shopping 🙂 See you next time!

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