Copic Coloring and Faux Masking with Neat and Tangled
Today I’m sharing Copic Coloring and Faux Masking with Neat and Tangled. I’m using the new Stamp and Die set, Heartfelt Thanks. I always get asked how I choose my Copic Marker Color Combos so I recently did a Blog Post How to choose Your Copic Marker Color Combos, check it out. The website I like to use is called Seed Designs.
I stamped my images with Memento Black Ink and Stamped onto my Copic Xpress it Blending Card using my Misti. Check out my Copic Marker Shopping Guide!
Here are the following Copic Markers I’m using in my video tutorial:
E99, E97, R22, R24, E43, E42, E41, YR15, YR20, E33, YG61, YG67, YG63,
I hope you enjoy the tutorial below!
Faux Masking Instructions
1. Stamp and color your image.
2. Die cut it out.
3. After you die cut it, stamp the image all over the remaining cardstock.
4. Die cut the flower or whatever your colored image is in fun foam.
5. Glue the colored image to the fun foam.
6. Take the uncolored cardstock with the cut out in the center and glue it to a mat.
7. Glue the fun foam in the die cut area of the uncolored flowers.
8. Add sentiment and attach to card base — using foam tape.
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Thanks a bunch for your kindness. Greetings from sunny Sri Lanka.
I have seen your coloring before but i never got a chance to visit your blog and thanks a ton for the awesome amount of resources you have for us. I am so greatful to you. I will try to buy the copic marker 6 pack. I recetly got a AlteNew three pen st. It was a gift for me for taking part in a challenge blog.
I really want to learn cloring and is taking part in Kathy Raoocsins 30 day Coloring Challenge. I use a set of Colleen Watercolor pencils sans water as i am still not confident of blending using water. I will visit your blog often to get inspiration and also learn all the techniques. I hope you read this mail.
I am a widow and my daughter is a chef who started working full time about two weeks ago and i have a7 year old grand daughter who is the best gift from God. My daughter is divorced so i was the one who support them for their studies. I am a journlist by profession and engages in crafting as a hobby. I want to improve all aspects of my hobby so that i can be happy. But at the moment i cannot spend a lot of money as my medical bills sky rocketed and hopefully it will go down starting tomorrow. But it will not deter me from crafting i will craft with the supplies i have.
Blessings to you and your family always