One of my favorite thing about Copics is that you can keep adding more and more color – and change it along the way! It allows for much adaptation of colors as you work without generally pilling up the paper (at least with the Neenah I use!)

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For this card I started with stamping the heart and hands from United as One – it’s a Hero Arts stamp set that is a fundraiser for great charities! From their website:

Dana Joy, Pocono Pam and Hero Arts are excited to partner in a conscious effort to be intentionally diverse and inclusive. Crafters and cardmakers of color need to feel support, appreciation, and respect when expressing their values, experiences and skin tone in their work. We are celebrating this spirit through unity, and this collaboration is a pathway for everyone to see themselves in their art. We hope the United As One stamp set will encourage makers to become interested and committed to listening and learning from and about each other, and recognize we are all one, united creative community.

100% of net profits from this 6″ x 8″ stamp set will go to Racial Justice charities.

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The colors used on my card:

Finishing off the corners was easy with a Corner Chomper – it has two sizes of corners to choose from, this is the larger one:

It’s always great to get supplies that also do good in the world…pick up this set for lots of sentiments that let people know they’re loved and appreciated – and you stand with them in anything they face!


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