Copic Touch Tip Technique Video Tutorial

Hi everyone!! Today I have a video tutorial for you using COPICs! Yay! I made this video for the Tuesday Tips and Tricks segment over at the iCopic blog. This is also a SP Monthly kit project, featuring some gorgeous kit goodies.

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This is a great little trick to use when you want to add some shading, but you don’t have Copic markers that are close enough in value (i.e. one is really dark and the other is really light and you don’t have anything in between). If you are reading this via email, you may need to click over for the video.

Here is the full project:

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Here are some close ups of my coloring:

I used the Ultimate Sentiments II Cut File to cut out this little die cut to stamp my coorinating sentiment on (from Ultimate Sentiments II Stamp Set, which is part of the November SP Monthly Kit). Then I used a Baja Breeze  Stampin’ UP marker to add faux stitiching around it (you will notice some faux stitching along the scallop border on the card too.)

The patterned paper and snowflake element are both from the Winter Park Collection Kit, which is part of the November SP Monthly Kit.

Supplies from Video:
Rain Snow Shine stamp set from The Greeting Farm
Copic Hand Color Chart (click for PDF, just print it on your fave Copic paper and color it in!!)

Copic colors used:
For her skin: E00, E02(cheeks), and E21
For the scarf and shadow: W1, W3
For her hair: E53, E55, and E57
For her outfit: BG70, BG72, BG75, and BG78.

I also used some Ocean Tides Papertrey Ink cardstock (for the card base) and matching ribbon. The scallop border & mat around my image is Pool Party cardstock from Stampin’ UP. I also used Island Indigo Stampin’ UP ink for the sentiment.

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