Welcome to the Buffalo Stamps and Stuff Monday Idea.
Today's idea is to add some texture to your Copic colored stamped images.
I colored the pumpkins with Copic Markers, then went back in, using the clear blending marker, made dots on one, stripes on the other, and diagonal lines on the last. Just make the dots or lines and keep going over them until you get the desired effect. Kind of a cool way to add interest to a small stamp like this pumpkin.
The inside of the card.
Paper - base card - Bazzill dotted Swiss
Designer paper from Generations 6x6 stack from Simple Stories
Stamps - Pumpkin, Hero Arts Bold Pumpkin F5461
Sentiment - Impression Obsession - B5586
Dyed twine - From BSS
Corner Punch turned sideways - Paper Shapers
Pumpkin Border Punch - Martha Stewart.
Give this little trick a try, adds some interest to your cards.
NOTE: If you don't have copic markers, try coloring a stamped image with pencils or water based markers and using a darker shade to add dots and lines for texture.
Thanks for stopping by today, Hope you have a Monday. Until later..........
Love it! At first I thought you used DP until I read your post!
Fabulous card and great colouring with your copics. Great how you made the texture on the pumpkins. Love the card inside!
what a lovely halloween card sue, beautiful made.
Sue, this card is beautiful. I love the effect you get when you use the colorless blender. Your designs are just perfect. I also love the corner punch and pearls. All around wonderful job. Also a fabulous sentiment on the inside. Have a great day.
A great and colourful card!
Gorgeous girl!! What beautiful colors and design!! Love the texture on the pumpkins! ;) Thanks for sharing!!
Love the great effect you created with the blender pen. It turned this simple pumpkin images into beautiful artwork. Great job on this card. I love this! Best, Curt
I also thought you used DP for the pumpkins. I was admiring the symmetry in the card. That is a fabulous effect using the colorless blender.
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