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Copic Blending Tip: Patience, Grasshopper

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Copic Blending Tip: Patience, Grasshopper

Sometimes the basic tips are the ones I just don’t share much – but I hope this one helps: be patient. Sometimes waiting for the alcohol to dry makes a difference in seeing what is working! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Another card done a while back with Reverse Confetti stamps – see the blog post for Party on a Card with its video HERE!


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11 thoughts on “Copic Blending Tip: Patience, Grasshopper

  1. Love the fun design and bright colours. Thanks for the video and tips. I will try to be more patient…

  2. Hmmm. So the lesson is that Y17 makes everything better? 🙂

  3. Love the bright happy colors on both cards.

  4. Thanks for helping me understand why my pens sometimes bleed! Now I will practice patience!
    Beautiful card!

  5. Thank you for the tips. I am not a very patient crafter.

  6. Great video and very nice card, love it!

  7. Absolutely FUN and cheery cards Sandy, wonderful job on them both!

  8. you are a geat teacher and so generous for sharing

  9. Your “little” tips mean so much when it comes to better results! I also like the way you customize stamps by drawing in additional features that you want. Thanks for sharing!

  10. I tried logging in to your update info for both the blog and newsletter but I could not get on your page listed. It stated it was the wrong address.

  11. Reverse Confetti has some really cute stamps. Thanks for showcasing a couple of them. As always, I love the color choices.

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