Hello and Happy Monday everyone! Thanks so much for stopping by today, as I am sharing a card on adding shading to your stamped images using Copic markers.

Today’s card is part of the Reverse Confetti Sneak Peeks week; I also have two other posts for today. If you are looking for one of my other posts, see these links: Neat & Tangled Reveal Day #1 post or the Whimsy Stamps Reveal Day #1 post.

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So for today’s Reverse Confetti sneak peek, I am showcasing the lovely Rose Garden stamps and dies. The stamps in this set are really great for creating a custom grouping of roses, in both solid and outline styles (I’ll have more inspiration for you tomorrow on using the outline image with watercoloring!).  Today though, I used the solid images and coordinating dies.

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I started off by stamping the solid images onto cardstock with Altenew dye inks (Cotton Candy and Frayed Leaf). I used Altenew inks because they are Copic friendly and there are a lot of great colors.  Once I had the images stamped, I brought in my Copics to add shading. I love adding additional shading to my stamped images because it really helps them have a more life-like and dimensional feel.

The colors I used for the roses and leaves are listed out below, and are linked down in the products section at the bottom of this post:

  • Roses: RV13, RV29
  • Leaves: YG63, YG67, YG97

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After my coloring was complete, I used the coordinating dies to cut the images out. I also used the cute Double Panel Hearts die set to create some vellum accent pieces that are layered behind the panel my flowers are sitting on. The vellum gives a subtle texture to the card design and ties into the feminine feel of the pink roses.

As for that panel I mentioned; I stamped my sentiment (from that same Rose Garden stamp set) in Black Onyx Versafine ink and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. I them watercolored the panel with Heidi Swapp color shine sprays for a soft, shimmery effect. I used the same sprays to create splatters on my card base.

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Finally, I used Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear sequins to add a bit more interest to the design… and also because I cannot resist anything that sparkles! :)

 

MORE INSPIRATION & CREATING WITH COPICS CLASS

Looking for more Reverse Confetti inspiration? Be sure to check out my other cards from this past week featuring their newest stamps and dies! Click on the photos to be taken to the corresponding posts.

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All the design team members for Reverse Confetti are also sharing gorgeous creations using today’s revealed products! Stop by their blogs if you haven’t already to check them out!

REVERSE CONFETTI BLOG
LISA ADDESA
AUDREY TOKACH
AMY KOLLING
AMY SHEFFER
AMY TSURUTA
LISA HENKE
HEATHER PULVIRENTI
LAURIE SCHMIDLIN
SUSAN LILES
AMY ROHL
LEIGH PENNER
KAY MILLER
And, March ‘Fetti Friend…
NINA-MARIE TRAPANI … that’s me! :)

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And today is the kick off of my Creating with Copics class over at Big Picture Classes! You can sign up for their class membership of $9.95 a month which gives you unlimited access to all their previous, current and future classes (for as long as you remain a member). In my class I will be sharing simple techniques that you can use to achieve realistic and amazing results to your coloring. Visit the Big Picture Classes site for more details!

 

 

PRODUCTS

If you are interested in any of the products used in this post, I have them all linked below to Simon Says Stamp. Affiliate links used when possible.

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