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Easy Copic Underwater Scene – Avery Elle Bubbles

Easy Copic Underwater Scene

I make scenes. I know that drives some folks nuts, knowing they’ll never be able to do that stuff anytime soon. But how about one that’s easy? Like not-staying-in-the-lines easy? This technique is one that you only have to be a little brave to do – and have some juiced-up markers at the ready! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.


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10 thoughts on “Easy Copic Underwater Scene – Avery Elle Bubbles

  1. Love this easy technique! Thank you for sharing!!

  2. Such a sweet card. Love the water bubbles highlighted with Glossy Accents.

  3. Delightful card (and video, as always with you). I like the take away of color to create the bubbles and then using Glossy Accents, a great crafter’s go-to for simple added dimension. Nice finishing touch with the twine bow.

  4. What a sweet card, Sandy! Need to put my thinking cap on to create a non-Copic version of this technique. LOL Have a great weekend!

  5. Love your colors and how you made this card.

  6. Another adorable card. I appreciate your words of wisdom as you put the card together. I learned a lot today about flicking especially. Guess what I’ll be doing this afternoon?

  7. Pretty! Looks simple to do! and SO cute! thank you!

  8. A thumbs up for sure.

  9. Working through the fall scenes class, and I do love fall colors, but this will be a nice break from all the oranges and yellows… I need to practice that l-o-n-g flicking, too! Thanks for the fun inspiration.
    PS – that’s a great tip on how to get twine to stay put!

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