Copic Coloring plus Floating Image Video Tutorial
Hi there crafty friends! Today I ‘m sharing a card made with these adorable seals from the Sealiously Sweet Stamp Set. I’m going to share some Copic Coloring plus Floating Image Video Tutorial.
I used my Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks, Peacock Feathers and Salty Ocean to create my water. I also used the Stitched Semi-Circle Dies to create the shape of my water. In order to do this, I just took a card-front piece of cardstock and then left out the corner of the cardstock so it wasn’t being cut by the die.
Make your images ‘Float’ Step by Step
I’ve also made the seal that’s laying down on the inter tube ‘float’ which means it can move around a little and twist and turn. Just like you would normally do on a floatie in the pool.
Step 1. Cut out a circle (that’s a little smaller than the image you want to float) from the water.
Step 2. Then take another circle that’s bigger than your first circle, place it behind the smaller circle.
Step 3. Then using a foam dot attach the image to the circle behind the water. For a little extra height so my seal can float freely I used my foam tape to attach the ‘water’ to the card base. Be sure you don’t add foam tape in the way of the circle that’s moving.
Here’s a list of Copics I used:
Seals – N1, N3, N5, R32, R30
Inter-tubes – R32, R30, Y02, Y000, YG13, YG17, BV02, BV000, BG13, BG11, YR12, YR00
Check out my Video Tutorial below on coloring and how I made this little seal float!!
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