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Stained Glass: Circumferential Coloring

Quickly before starting with today’s post: a big sale over at Ellen Hutson! Don’t want you to miss out on some steals in the sale category! Unfortunately as of last night, the stamp set used today was already sold out, darn!

Okay. Now let’s get busy coloring!

It’s beginning to look even MORE like Christmas! And this beautiful stamp set from Taylored Expressions is so lovely – and easy to color.

Stained Glass: Circumferential Coloring

Circumferential coloring sounds fancy – but it’s what I believe a lot of people do. Shading on the outside, along the edges of an item. It’s super easy – Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

There are many stamps in your collection already that you could draw some extra lines in – and make something that looks like stained glass. Wouldn’t that be fun? For the second stamp in this set, I added more “breaks” in the circle around the candle to keep with the stained glass look.sandy-allnock-holy-night-circumferential-coloring

Copic Blending Groups

Visit THIS page to see a chart of suggestions for blending. And if you’re interested in more Copic coloring, try the Copic Jumpstart Class! (Can you keep a secret? A new Copic class is underway for early 2017….you’ll definitely want to have Jumpstart ‘under your belt’ before then, as many of the concepts will rely on that knowledge!)

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.

14 thoughts on “Stained Glass: Circumferential Coloring

  1. Beautiful cards, and a great tip on looking at stamps I already have to draw extra lines in.

  2. Oh Sandy, I love what you do and cannot get enough! I am on a severe crafting budget but am determined to learn what you teach in these videos! As I acquire more Copics I will be relying more on these videos I hoard! LOL Thanks so much for sharing!

  3. I have an old Stampin’ Up set with 4 stained glass images: one for each season. I’ve tried a few methods for coloring with poor results– will try my alcohol markers.

  4. GORGEOUS stained glass coloring, thanks for the great video!

  5. So beautiful! I very much appreciate all your tips and techniques offered in this video.

  6. Soooo beautiful!!

  7. I agree about whomever gets your cards should feel blessed. Beautiful.

  8. Can you please show us how stained glass coloring could be done with a regular stamp?

  9. So beautiful.I love the combos.

  10. Beautiful cards. Love the colors you used and the strip of cardstock down the side was a nice touch. TFS

  11. Holy Cow!!!! This is a real beauty. It looks so real . I will have to say this is your very best! Thanks for teaching me how to do it. Guess I’ll be going to the store to fill in my copics.

  12. Great job. People who get your cards should feel so blessed.

  13. Hi, Sandy! This is a beautiful image! Have you done this stain glass technique with the crystals for the broken glass effect? I woukd love to see how that would look.

    1. No, if I had you probably would have seen it today. You’re welcome to try it out yourself 🙂

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