How to Color a Large Realistic Scene using Copic Markers + Hummingbird Tutorial Hello My Creative Peeps! I was going to put this post up Friday with a few tips on coloring a large realistic scene but then I decided to do a tutorial on the coloring the hummingbird, too! So, it took me a little longer with the post. But– the more info I share the more you
Iridescent Coloring Technique using Copic Markers I’m super excited about today’s tutorial! I’m using this image from YamPuff. This amazing artist has some awesome free coloring pages to download like the one I’m using today. You should check out her work, she also has fun coloring contests! I printed out my image 4.2 inches high onto my Copic Xpress Blending Card. I wanted to do something fun with the color
Copic Markers Tips and Advice My Princess Coloring Class covers so many different techniques that you can use over and over again. Before you feel comfortable in jumping into any Copic Marker Class you should check out some of these tips to help you use Copic Markers. I’m going to go over a few trouble areas that most people stumble across when Copic Marker Coloring. It’s a long very informative
How to get more depth in your Copic Coloring I’m so excited about today’s post! Today I’m going to show you How to get more depth in your Copic Coloring! Awesome, right!? First let me tell you, I’m using this adorable stamp and die set, Posie Parts, by Tammy Tutterow Designs. Today the designers are up on her blog so be sure to pop on over there for an extra dose of
Simple Cards using a Tye Dye effect using your Copic Markers I have a set of cards to share with you using Honey Bee Stamps and dies. I’m going to share how to create Simple Cards using a Tye Dye effect using your Copic Markers. I created the tye dye effect with my Copic Markers. To create this you can take a piece of scrap paper, make sure it’s Copic
Create Simple Handmade Cards using Copic Markers Why hello there my creative peeps! I have a super fun card to share with you today. Today I’ll be sharing some step by step instructions, because my photos had some horrible lighting, but it won’t be hard to follow. First I would like to share that this adorable ‘Hugs’ die is from Honey Bee Stamps new Honey Cuts Dies. Seriously a MUST
Flicking Technique using Copic Markers Today I’m sharing the Flicking Technique using Copic Markers, but first I want to say — what a CRAZY last couple of weeks. For those of you who don’t know too much about me, I have 3 kiddos, 3 jobs and trying to make a business out of my little ole blog here, then throwing the Holiday’s on top of all that — I’m exhausted!!
Create a Rainbow using Copic Markers Today I’m going to share a tutorial on How to Create a Rainbow using Copic Markers. This month my Guest Designing over at Newton’s Nook so I’ll be using Newton’s Nook Stamps. I’m actually using Newton’s Curious Christmas Stamp Set. Sometimes you just have to think a little outside the box to use those Holiday stamps all year long. Coloring a Rainbow can seem a little intimidating,
Step by Step – Blending Copic Marker Colors Hello My Creative Peeps today we are doing a Step by Step – Blending Copic Marker Colors! Today I’m back with another tutorial for my Guest Design spot over at Paper Smooches. Summer is in full swing here in my neck of the woods, Southern California. Summer always reminds me of Big Sticks — which I ate all the time as a kid.
Copic Markers: coloring dark to light or light to dark How do you use your Copic Markers: coloring dark to light or light to dark ? Honestly there’s no right or wrong way, in my personal opinion. Art is art and I think however you feel most comfortable, that’s what you should do. That’s my number one rule and it’s what I tell all of my new students. You just have