Hello hello crafty friends. Thanks for stopping by. Today I’ll be sharing a fun and easy project with you that has some copic coloring and a little distress ink blending. So lets get started, ok?
I began my project by stamping my image on some Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock from the SSS Magnolia Cottage stamp and coordinating die set. I used some SSS Intense Black ink because I’ll be doing some copic coloring and the ink is copic friendly.
The flowers on my project is colored with the following: RV34, RV32 and RV00. The stems I colored: YG67, YG17 and YG03. I didn’t do any special coloring. I just did some blending.
Use the SSS Stitched Rectangle Frames as your card panel along with some Salty Ocean distress ink . Adhere the flowers with foam adhesive and placed them on my panel. Then I added some foam adhesive to the pitcher and added it on my panel. (make sure you glue some of those branches to your panel before you add your pitcher) I stamped my sentiment on some black cardstock using some white embossing powder. I adhered my panel to an A2 size card base and finished it off with some clear embellishments. I also created another card similar to this here.
That’s it. Easy, right?!? The products I used for this card and where I purchased them are listed below. At no extra charge to you for using the list, you can click on them and go shopping. Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you next time! Yana has the best copic coloring for beginners just in case you want to see how to use your copics. Tag me on social media and let me see what inspired you to make from this project.