Best wishes girl ~ Simple tag card layers + Copic markers

  Hello.  Today, I am sharing a way to make simple tag card layers with stamps and dies.  This also incorporates Copic coloring.

Sentiment:  Best wishes.

I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.

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Creating with simple layers helps to add softness and texture to card making.  I used soft shades of blue for color.

Helpful tips:
These are helpful tips for making this using simple tag card layers.  To begin, stamp the girl and the sentiment onto white cardstock in Copic friendly ink or ink for use with your color medium.  Then, color in the girl.  Next, die-cut the girl panel using a tag die and also die-cut a background layer in color cardstock.  Also, add a bow to the tag using twine.  Next, die-cut or punch out some hearts to use as accents.  Finally, layer it all onto the card base with added gems, to finish.


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Also, double-sided flat tape, Neenah solar white 80 lb card stock, My Favorite Things extreme black premium dye ink, card stock in sno cone, on point glue; Misti, desk craft & cutting mat, Neenah 110 lb cover solar white cardstock, adhesive gems, hemp cording, foam tape, Copic markers E01, E00, E51, E31, E13, E33, BG01, B01; die-cutting machine.

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