Today I’m playing a bit with Copic airbrush, the color purple…and telling stories! Chatting while coloring is one way to while away the time when it takes longer to do the coloring than you have words to say about it. LOL! But I hope you’ll find it fun. And give me some advice too.
When I saw the All is Calm stamp set from Evelin T Designs Stamps, it had to LEAP right into my cart. I mean, for realz. All the critters, packages, tree, ladder – and NO MASKING to get the stamping done at the least! I did have to do some crazy fussycutting to get that ladder trimmed, and ended up having to do a little repair, but it worked in the end.
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Watch the video below or click HERE to watch it on YouTube.
Copic Airbrush is so much fun to play with – the hardest part is the masking, and usually I try to stamp and airbrush a few at once when I have the groove goin’ on. If you’d like to get started with Copic airbrush, there’s a tutorial HERE on what you need. You can also click on the word “Airbrush” in the tags on this post and see all the other Copic airbrush videos on my blog!
Au revoir, purple paper – there’s no more of you left, but I’m trusting my subscribers will tell me where to find more of you!
My aunt in Florida will love getting this card at Christmas….who would you send a card to using this stamp set?
- Stamp set:
All is Calm, Evelin T Designs Stamps
Lawn Fawn Ink Pad, Jet Black
- Copic Markers
- Neenah Cardstock:
- Eclipse Masking paper by Judikins, 2 sizes:
Ranger Stickles, Christmas Red
Uni-ball Impact Gel Pen, White
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
Powder Tool Adhesive Deactivator, EK Success
Detail White, Hero Arts Embossing Powder
Embossing Gun, Hero Arts