I’ve been wanting to color up this stamp set for so long – and today is the day! A little airbrush and some soft touches of color make for quite a lovely little card!
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This card features Copic airbrush; I have lots of students who’ve gotten one to use for the Ethereal Alcohol Ink class so I did promise some more ideas to make the most of the tool. Let’s do it!
If you have other ways to make a soft background you might be able to do something similar to this – perhaps distress oxides and blending brushes?
Instead of adding sequins at the end, I used dots of Glossy accents in different sizes!
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- Just Because, Pinkfresh Studio Clear Stamps
- Copic Markers: EH – Blick
- Neenah Cardstock, Solar White, Classic Crest: 25pk – 250pk
- Air Compressor – (only need comp and cord though)
- Cord, if it doesn’t come with the compressor
Gorgeous Sandy, so very gorgeous. I love the soft colours you made.
Thank you so much for sharing this great inspiration, stay safe and have a wonderful day.
Just beautiful Sandy
This is beautiful
The softness of this card is so special. Love it! Thanks for sharing. Someday, I’ll have an airbrush – until then, it’s ink and blending brushes! Thanks for always sharing your ideas!
Gorgeous. Love the softness of it. Thanks for sharing. Also thanks for tip re: Copic nibs.
Stunning! I love it. Absolutely beautiful.
An absolutely lovely card, Sandy! I may need to get my little airbrush out & get re-acquainted!!! Thank you for sharing this beauty!
Ooh – just the idea I needed right now! I need to make a card for my daughter’s birthday coming up this month, and just wasn’t getting inspired… But this will do the trick very nicely – I don’t have an air gun, but your idea of blending Distress Inks would work really well, now that I have some of the new blending brushes – wheee! What would we do without you, Sandy? I shudder to think!
Let me know if it works with the inks!