Hello, MarkerPOP friends! I hope you all had a wonderful week and are ready for the weekend! It is Spring Break here and we are currently experiencing some beautiful weather. (Not trying to rub into those who are currently dealing with a big snow storm.)
Today I am working with Hampton Art Reach for the Sky stamps and ZIG Clean Color Markers:
I stamped the image onto some watercolor cardstock. Once the ink dried, I used a variety of ZIGs to color in the scene. Recently, I have been seeing a trend were the artist does not fully color in the image. There is white space that is left in a tiny part of the image. I decided to give this technique a try with this card. I have fallen in love with and look forward to using it on future projects. The sentiment is stamped in the bottom corner.
The following ZIG Clean Color Markers were used on this project: 021, 036, 064, 065, and 081
Thank you for stopping by today! Hope you have a great day!
The adorable chicks and all their sweet accessories com from Lawn Fawn’s Chirpy Chirp Chirp set that was released in February of 2016 (seems like just yesterday!). I stamped them with Lawn Fawndamentals Black Licorice ink onto X-Press Ink paper, and colored them with my Copic Sketch markers.
All the adorable die cut pieces are all Lawn Fawn Cut Sets. Here are the sets I used and for which pieces:
- Grass: Grassy Border
- Hills & Trees: Stitched Tree Borders
- Background Forest: Forest Border
- Mountains: Stitched Mountain Borders
- Rectangle Frames: STAX Small and Large Stitched Rectangles
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Hi! It’s Lisa here with you today and I have a fun technique to share with you today that can take your stamping to the next level. Now, before I begin I want to state that if you don’t want to color your solid stamped images in, that is totally fine I don’t always do it or even think to do it on mine. But, as a refresher or if you are looking for one more way to add depth and detail to those solid images using your Copic® Markers…
As you can see I’ve labeled the right side as no Copic® Markers used, and the left side as the Copics® used side. Isn’t it cool to see the difference when they are lined up side by side? Any who, these images are from the newly released Fab Flowers by Lawn Fawn. They are super cute as is, and even thought they have a second “layer” that I have stamped on each image, you can still create more depth by shading the images in with Copics®. Now keep in mind that these images were stamped in Copic® friendly ink, because we definitely do not want to cause damage to our precious markers, so make sure you are aware of what ink you’ve stamped your images in first. I have used Memento Dye Inks: Rose Bud, Love Letter, Pear Tart, Cottage Ivy, Lulu Lavender, Elderberry, London Fog. Copic® Markers used include: R24, R29, RV14, RV23, RV25, YG13, G14, V000, V12, V15, W3, W5. Tips for this technique: Start by using your darkest marker choice first, this way if you go a little too heavy you can lightly up your coloring by going over it with a lighter marker. Also, don’t be afraid to experiment and maybe even try coloring with a different, but complimentary color to the color you’ve already stamped your image in.
Since I had already colored the images up, I had to create a project with them…
I started by fussy cutting my stamped and colored images, and then created my frame with Lawn Fawn’s Stax Large Stitched 4 Bar Rectangle Dies and Lawn Fawn Patterned Paper.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and I would love to see what you create using this technique! Also, Don’t forget to get your name entered in the amazing giveaway going on here right now!
Hello everyone, it’s Holly here today with a cute card and a tutorial on how to create texture with your Copics. We are celebrating Copic’s 30th Birthday all month long here at MarkerPop. Head over to this post for all the details on how you can Win one of several prizes valued at over $300 we will be giving away.
I started by stamping the fun Harry the Stuffie Gets Happy Mail from Stampingbella onto some X-Press it Blending card stock using Lawn Fawn’s Jet Black ink. Then I colored him in with Copics in the follwoing Colors : E70, E71, E74, E77, E50, E53, E55, C1, C4, C6, C9, B0000, BV20, R24, R46 & 100.
Once I had the images colored the way I wanted it I added some texture to the bear’s fur with some ) Colorless Blender fluid.
I used an old washcloth.. but you can use any type of material that has some texture. I added a few drops of the colorless blender to the rag.
Then apply the rag using gentle pressure onto you image where you’d like to see the texture. I did it over the fur so it would have a stippled effect. I don’t hold the rag in the spot for long just dab around the image. If you want more texture you can repeat or hold it a little longer in the spot.
As I lift up it removed a little of the color and creates very tiny dots.
I used the image for a card buy die cutting the panels with the Lawn Fawn Large Stitched rectangle Dies and then I die cut a piece of the new MFT Graphic Gris 6×6 paper pad. I adhered both panels to a card base that I die cut with the same dies. And then I stamped the sentiment onto a piece of Black Card stock and heat embossed it in White. I die cut the sentiment using the Blueprints Die-namics #29 from MFT. I adhered the sentiment with some foam tape for height. I added a few Mixed Sparkling Clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh for a little Sparkle.
Thanks for stopping by today.. Have a great rest of the Week and stay tuned for more Copic Tutorial from the Design Team all month long!