How to color a terra cotta pot using Copic Markers I have another Valentine’s card to share with you, this time I’m using Tammy Tutterow Designs Stamps. I just adore her stamps. I’m also going to show you How to color a terra cotta pot using Copic Markers. Super fun stuff to share with you! 🙂 I wanted to create a mini Valentine Card is 4 x 3.25 inches. The
Create a Glow using Copic Markers What’s up my crafty peeps! Today we are going to Create a Glow using Copic Markers. This new Tammy Tutterow Christmas Tree Stamp is PERFECT for this technique! I LOVE it and all of her other Christmas Stamps, too! So the trick to creating a glow is concentrate on coloring along the outside of the stamp. I decided to go with the BG02 because I
Creating Bubbles using Copic Markers What’s up my creative peeps! I’m so excited to share this fun tutorial with you today! Today we are Creating Bubbles using Copic Markers. We aren’t JUST coloring boring blue bubbles, though. We are adding lots of colors to make these bubbles look like those big colorful bubbles you used to blow as a kid. I’m using this gorgeous stamp by Tammy Tutterow Designs, ‘Joy
One Trick to Fussy Cutting and using your Copic Markers Hello crafty peeps! Today I’m sharing a super-duper cute card made with Newton’s Nook Stamps, Hedgehog Hollow. Are you a fan of Fussy Cutting? Well, if you are — Here’s One Trick to Fussy Cutting and using your Copic Markers. Today is my last post as guest designer and I’ve been so honored to be apart of their amazing team throughout this last
Snowy Christmas Tree using Copic Markers Happy Monday! Today I have some exciting news to share! I’m Guest Designing over at Newton’s Nook. I just adore these stamps. I decided to create a Christmas Card, because let’s face it.. it’s really just right around the corner. So, I have made this Winter scene and today I’m going to show you how I colored this Snowy Christmas Tree using Copic
Create Highlights using a White Gel Pen Hello there crafty peeps! I’m so behind on my posts. I’ve had some serious internet issues over the last week and a half. Fun, right!? Here’s my last post for my Paper Smooches Guest Designer Spot. I’m using the Lighthouse Die, Fireworks Die (for the star) and the Summer Sampler Sentiment Set. This is such a Fun and quick card to make. I literally
How to Color a Strawberry with Copic Markers What’s up lovelies! Today I’m sharing my project for my Whimsy Stamps Guest design spot! Isn’t this image super sweet! I absolutely LOVE the strawberry, so I wanted to share with you all How to Color a Strawberry with Copic Markers. Super fun, right!? I’m using this brand new Whimsy Stamps image called ‘Strawberry Mice‘ and it’s from talented illustrator Lee Holland.
How to Color Water and Glass with Copic Markers Hi everyone! I’m super excited to share that I have another awesome tutorial up over at Dawn Nicole Designs. This month I’m sharing a step by step Copic Marker tutorial on How to Color Water and Glass with Copic Markers. There are tons of photos to learn these techniques. Not only can you see this tutorial you can also color along!
Creating water drops using your Copic Markers This month I’m going to be joining the Paper Smooches Team and doing some guests posts with this month’s new Stamp and die release! How fun right! Well I’ve come up with some creative ways to feature the Paper Smooches new products and I have so many tutorials to share as well! Before we get to the Creating water drops using your Copic
No Line Coloring using Copics Have you ever tried No Line Coloring using Copics? It’s not the easiest way to color but it sure is pretty when you’re finished. I love the soft hand-drawn look it has. I think one of the tips that makes this technique look really cool is darken one side of the image, but not darkening the other — or at least just have it