Coral Charm Copic Colored

Welcome back everyone. Thank you for stopping by my website and blog. I enjoyed this image from the Coral Charm stamp set so much that I wanted to take another pass it. This time I’m copic coloring the image.

I stamped the floral image twice onto Neenah White card stock with Gina K Designs Amalgam Ink. Then colored them each with the same colors which was V01, V05, V06, and V09. The leaves are colored with YG21, YG23, YG25, YG17.

My one flower is actually an extra from my previous card where I used the layering portions of the stamp set. https://ldli.co/e/epo205Those were stamped in the Tea Party Collection from Altenew.

I used the coordinating die to cut them out which leaves a beautiful white edge to the images.

For my background, I ink blended Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink onto White Layering card stock from Gina K Designs with a Life Changing Blender Brush from Picket Fence Studios. I then squished down some Black Distress Oxide ink onto a craft mat, spritzed with water and flicked onto my ink blended panel with a paint brush.

I trimmed down the ink blended panel to 4″ x 5 1/4″ and attached to an A2 size card base I created from Stormy Sky card stock from Gina K Designs.

I added my images onto my card stock with a tape runner layering the leaves behind the flowers. The sentiment is from the Sentiments Strips from Simon Says Stamp. There are so many to choose from!

To finish off my card, I added some Sugar Plum Jewels with Lawn Fawn glue and a jewel picker. I love the mix of the copic colored flowers and the layered image.

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