Monday, June 15, 2015

Copic Coloring Die Cuts & Copic Coloring Glitter Die Cuts

Hey folks!

I'm back today to share a couple more rainbow cards. These techniques aren't new, but they're new to me. They were super duper fun and a lot easier than what most would think. 

I first saw the Glitter Die Cut Technique in a Jennifer McGuire video and fell in love with it. I highly recommend adding this to your to do list, if you haven't already! I won't go in to any detail on how I made mine, Jennifer's video explains it all and she does beautiful work.

If you're interested in any of the products I've used. I will have thumbnail links for you at the end of the post!

I'm going to start with the card I actually made second. Although I really like them both, I think this one is my favorite. Sheesh, I almost feel like I'm choosing which child is my favorite...

This was insane easy to make. I die cut a piece of Neenah White Cardstock for my first card using the Diamond Parade Die from Simon Says Stamp and took the positive pieces and colored them in with Copic's and added a lil bit of Wink of Stella. I mounted them on another piece of Neenah that I had stamped with the Happy and Smile Stamp Set that came in my June Simon Says Stamp Card Kit. I used Black Simon Says CardStock for the card base and that was it! Easy Peasy.

Again, I suggest you watch Jennifer McGuire's video to see how this is done. I used Martha Stewart Crystal Fine Glitter instead of colored glitter, because I wanted to color it in with Copic's. I used the same stamp set, ink and paper as the card above. 

I can't wait to try this again with different dies and glitters. These techniques are fabulous on so many levels!

Well that's it for today peeps! I'm supposed to be packing for a family trip tomorrow. Is it bad that I started thinking about what crafty things I wanted to take before I even thought about clothes? Yeah, I didn't think so either.

Until next time!

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