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Copic Coloring Cups

Today I’ve got a long- awaited coloring tutorial….lots of folks commented on my coloring of this image a while back, yet it took me this long to make a video! So sorry. But it’s a good time to remind you – if I get lots of comments or questions on a particular image, that may put it on my ‘should-do-a-tutorial-on-this’ list, so be sure to leave comments on anything you want more info about. Enjoy the video!

Here’s a still of the card. The ribbon treatment was simple – I tied a loose knot in some Faux Canvas ribbon (May Arts), and adhered the two ends on the back. Easypeasy lemon squeezy! Hope you have a great weekend ahead, full of checking off the shopping list, celebrating with friends, and doing a little general relaxing. Which may or may not include crafting, depending on what you think ‘relaxing’ is! Have a good one, whatever you do!

6 thoughts on “Copic Coloring Cups

  1. Thank you Sandy… Love the card and your helpful tips on copic shading and color combinations… The photo is also crystal clear as always. Do you use a light box when photographing your cards?
    Linda (:

  2. Thank you! I am so bad with coloring!! I appreciate your videos/tutorials!! Maybe someday 🙂

  3. […] booth from 9-11 today making the card kits below – you can see a video and stills of the card HERE. In the last couple weeks, I colored over 120 of these images. Yes, that many! And that from the […]

  4. Sandy you make it look so doable. (-: Maybe after lots and lots of doing it can be. Thanks for the TUIT and as usual – lovely work.

  5. I’m a new follower but I definitely see why you got so many wonderful comments on this lovely card! Thank you so much for the great tutorial, I’m a new Copic owner and I’m trying like heck to learn how to color so beautifully.

  6. Cleaver girl … that’s why we all love you.

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