In today’s video on Easy Copic blending, you’ll be treated to a little visit to my sister’s garden! I had the video shot and in my computer, so one morning when I got up extra-early, I sat in the garden hammock swing and recorded the voiceover. I wanted to share the birds singing – you can hear them (as well as a few trucks!) in the background!

Doodle Buds – Blending with Analagous Colors

Easy blending is possible – or maybe this should be called “easier” blending. Because choosing colors next to each other on the color wheel (analagous colors) really do work better together. The color wheel shown in the video fits nicely into your craft bag – you can get the instructions to make one in this Spin the Color Wheel class. Recent addition to the class: a cut file that a student made to help make the process easier! If you purchased the class earlier, you’re free to go back and snag that file.

I’m doing this with Copics, but the same principle applies no matter what coloring medium you use. And with the Wplus9 Doodle Buds, any medium can make these pretty flowers look beautiful! Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube:

Did you enjoy the birds? I loved sitting in the garden in the early mornings before it got hot, and before the bugs decided I would make a great breakfast! ha! I’ve always been told they eat me alive because I’m so “sweet” – whatever the case, I seem to be quite the treat for them!

Sandy Allnock Easy Copic blending with Doodle Buds

I hope you’ll get out some flower stamps and try some bright summery blending – and if you need this stamp set, good luck…it’s been hard to keep in stock at the stores listed below!

Copic colors: Y19 YR16 R14 / G07 YG06 Y08 / BV02 B24BG13 / RV06 R17 V06

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project; click on the picture or wording to go directly to the item. 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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