Fixing Coloring Mistakes:  Beachabella

Fixing Coloring Mistakes: Beachabella

I am so stinking excited to be guesting over on the Stamping Bella blog all month! A little about me for those who I haven’t yet met: I color all the things. Yes, #allthethings. Give me any stamp with lines and I’ll go at it with some coloring medium or another! I create a couple videos a week, so if you’re a visual learner, come on over and visit on my blog and YouTube channel and we can have some fun. Oh and be sure to visit on Instagram too…since I’ll be sharing more Stamping Bella fun there all month, too!

The first installment in my four Bella videos uses Beachabella – I’m first off jealous she rocks a bikini like that. But I also wanted to share some mistakes I made along the way with my Copic markers. Oopses can be our best way to learn, and since I make a lot of them – well, heck, I’m a learner extraordinaire! Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Supplies

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Copic coloring hair – The Greeting Farm

Copic coloring hair – The Greeting Farm

 

Sometimes, good ol’ Copic coloring is just what a girl needs, eh?

Copic Coloring

The stamp is unfortunately out of production, but you might be able to google and see if someone has it still in stock – she’s called Cheeky Cherry Pie. The techniques here would also work with tons of their other stamps, though. Lots of the TGF girls have hair just like this! 🙂 Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Arkon sale

If you were waiting on getting one of the Arkon stands to use for shooting video, there’s a sale on from now til July 4th…use coupon code “sandyallnock” to get 20% off! Click HERE to see the stand and links to the ones I use.

Supplies

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Magical Monday: Donuts and Sprinkles

Magical Monday: Donuts and Sprinkles

Tis another Magical Monday…a sweet one!

Donuts and Sprinkles

This “Say Yes to Donuts” set didn’t wait for me to say yes. It lept into my online cart! Agh! My sweet tooth couldn’t resist. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Sandy Allnock - Copic Donuts & Sprinkles

Supplies

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Magical Monday: Fizzy Flight!

Magical Monday: Fizzy Flight!

 

Hello and happy Monday, friends! Today I’ve got a fun little bubbly card to share in traditional Magical Monday style….big thanks to Your Next Stamp for sending me these cute planes!

Fizzy Flight

I wasn’t sure what technique was going to happen with these cute little planes. I thought about rusty, or supershiny, or….or…or….and they became a study in cools and warms. That was all fine, but when I finished the planes, it needed something. A background. So I started with bubbles, thinking that went with the “lift” in the sentiment. Then….bubbles on TOP of the images? Oh yeah. Chance of a train wreck, but I think it worked! Watch the video below, or click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube.

For the card, I just popped the panel on a card base. Rounded the corners…..couldn’t be easier!Sandy Allnock - Fizzy Planes

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

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