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Coloring Frangipani in Copic Markers

Coloring Frangipani in Copic Markers by Sandy Allnock

 

Coloring Frangipani in Copic Markers

Fran-ji-pah-ni. I was unsure of the pronunciation so I googled – and wouldn’t you know, the internet will even tell you how to pronounce a rare word like that! Aside from the odd name….the flowers are pretty and come in lots of different colors…I chose (drumroll) yellow! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Look at the difference just three little leaves made….beautiful, no?

For my Bible journaling friends – this week’s video wasn’t just a flipthrough this time – it’s a watercolor tutorial 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Coloring Frangipani in Copic Markers

  1. I lived in Key West for many years. Frangipani and other Plumeria abound in the area. Walking down the streets with the scent of Frangipani is heavenly.
    I now live in central coastal Florida and have many, many plumeria and frangipani waiting to burst.
    Of course yellow is your favorite. I always enjoy your posts. Thank you, Vicki

  2. Lovely Spring card, great colours and learned again a lot from the video. Thank you Sandy.

  3. Beautifully done Sandy!!! These flowers are a tropical bloom and smell oh soooooo sweet! I saw them first in Hawaii and fell in love with them! Will have to check out Google as I only know a couple of the colors! Thank you for the inspiration and wonderful reminder of this gorgeous flower!!!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  4. This is such a useful video tutorial Sandy and I will be replaying it over and over when I start to think about colouring with ‘no lines’ myself. Thank you. :O)

  5. Lots of Hawaiian songs with this flower, including Jimmy Buffet’s “Hula Girl at Heart” . Love the coloring on your card.

  6. The frangipani are my favorite flowers and their perfume is just incredible, the best I’ve ever smell !!! If only I was able to keep the plant with flowers and not only leafs. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous card.

  7. I love that you Google stuff to get it “right” – so I Googled this flower too, and found that I know it under the name of Plumeria. AND – it’s the flower they use for leis in Hawaii! Who knew?! Thanks for the beautiful card, and the great tips for coloring these pretty flowers. Also, the good reminders for coloring anything that’s white… You da flower bomb!

  8. This is really stunning Sandy. I DID learn something…I actually learned a few things. I have never heard of this flower before so that is new to me so I certainly didn’t know what colours it would be. LOL TFS!

  9. AWESOME video, watched on you tube, left a comment there, hugs

  10. This is beautiful. I still don’t want to do flowers myself, but I enjoy watching. I do very little flowers in my cards.

    1. p.s.forgot to say the Bible Journaling video was amazing also, THANK YOU !!!!!

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