Friday, September 4, 2020

Monochromatic hand cut leaves card overlay + Copics

 Hello.  Today, I am showing an easy way to get texture and depth to stamping.  These monochromatic leaves are partially cut and popped up to create interest.

Sentiment:  It's the little things in life.

This card was simple to make.  To begin, simply stamp onto a pre-cut piece of colored cardstock, using alcohol friendly ink or ink for use with your particular markers.  Next, add color in tone on tone shades.  I used green Copic marker shades first, and accented with darker tones.  Then, hand cut the bottom portion of the leaves only.  Onto the card base, add black splatters using watercolor and a paint brush.  Finally, layer the leaves panel and add gems to assemble the card.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.

Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Simplicity; My Creative Time Tall Frame Die Layers, cardstock, Simon Says Stamp intense black ink, Copic markers G99, G21, YG03; double-sided foam tape, adhesive gems, Sakura Koi watercolor splatters.

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