VIDEO: Sweet Little Spell with MFT

Welcome everyone! Today I have an exclusive video over on the MFT Youtube channel. I’ll be sharing copic coloring and how I created this night time sky. I have to admit, I really felt in my element creating this background! (affiliate links may be used at no additional cost to you).

VIDEO

You can view the video down below or HERE on the MFT Youtube channel.

For the image I’m using Sweet Little Spell. I stamped the image in MFT Extreme Black Ink and colored with copic markers.

  • Skin- E04, E11, E21, E01
  • Hair – E18, E19, E17
  • Boots- 27, E25
  • Cat – N8, N6, N4
  • Frog – G19, G14, G12
  • Dress/Hat – BV08, BV04, BV13, BV02

For the background, I’m using the Tim Holtz Moon Stencil. I’m ink blending the sky with Tumbled Glass, Blueprint Sketch and Black Soot Distress Oxide ink and Antique Linen for the moon.

To ground the image, I added a the Slimline Grassy Edges stencil with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink.

To create stars, I flicked on the Gansai Tambo Starry Watercolors. The sentiment comes from the Sweet Little Spell stamp set in which I stamped in Versafine Black Ink.

To give the dress some sparkle, I added little dots with a gelly roll pen 10 pt and turned a few of them into stars.

I hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

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One thought on “VIDEO: Sweet Little Spell with MFT

  1. spilor says:

    Superb card. Excellent explanation — I understood what you meant about dragging the blending tool around the moon to create the halo, not going in circular motion as one usually does when ink blending — and fantastic end product.
    Feel better!!
    L in PA
    p.s. Love the white added to the gown. Bulls-eye perfect!

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