Coloring Different Shades of Snow – Video Tutorial
Before I get to the post I want to share that I have made a little boo boo when coloring this adorable little snowman. I guess I got carried away and colored his ‘middle section’ green as part of the scarf. Duh me — LOL! 🙂
This month I’m using one of my favorite sets from Neat and Tangled, Santa’s Wonderland.I’ve stamped my image on Copic Xpress it Blending Card using Black Memento Ink.
I cut out a circle using a circle die and used the negative part to sponged the circle onto my card base using my Stormy Sky and Hickory Smoke Distress Oxide Ink pads. Then I took the circle I cut out and trimmed a piece from the top and the bottom in a wavy pattern to create a snow effect. I popped up the ‘snow’ on some foam dots for some extra dimension.
Now for the coloring. Here’s a list of Copic Markers I’m using in the video tutorial.
C0, C2, C4, B000, B00, B95, G82, G85, R35, R37, R39, N5, N1
REGISTRATION CLOSES TONIGHT!
How would you like to learn how to create beautiful hand colored Christmas Cards this year?
Get started now with my Christmas Card Boot Camp!
When you sign up you’ll get..
- All 4 Christmas images for the class!
- 10 simple card layouts perfect for all card occasions (PDF)
- 8 Holiday Sentiments that coordinate with the images
- + a surprise BONUS image!
Click here for Copic Supply List!
Registration is now OPEN until November 19th!!
Sign up NOW for lifetime access to this course!
This Post Has 3 Comments
Lovely cards but this month we want to see a picture with christmascookies on it. Ckeck out our moodboard.
Would you remove your card?
We hope to see you next month.
Caroline DT 2Sistersontheblog
Thank you for joining us at INTAAS with these lovely cards, I’m going to check out your tips on colouring snow. Jennie DT
Great tutorial and I love how you can get such different looks with just a change of color! Thank you for sharing with us over here at “A Perfect Time To Craft” and best of luck with your entry.
Anne DT for http://aperfecttimetocraft.blogspot.com.au/