I think it's ok for me to put this up now, it's a wee card I did that was featured in a UK mag recently, I used A Cottage Christmas and SU inks. I find that SU inks are not great for colouring with copics unless I clear emboss them, but I do love the colours and so I stamped the cottage (Cherry cobbler...), and used a piece of clean sponge to smooch the image. I smooched a lot, until the image was completely covered in a soft pink glow. Then I was able to use some of my paler copic markers to add a little touch of colour.
Smooching like that meant that there was less ink on the lines and so the image bled less that it normally would have and left me with a lovely soft, smoky image. I liked the effect.
The background mat was stamped with snowflakes from Very Vintage Christmas in Antique Linen distress ink, the ribbon is also from SU, love that stripey stuff!
Hi, I’m Claire Brennan and I'm a crafter. I am currently designing new stamps for Gina K Designs as well as prepping some of the popular WMS sets for re-release with Gina - it doesn't get any better! Thanks for stopping by, sure hope you see something different here!
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