How to color a terra cotta pot using Copic Markers
I have another Valentine’s card to share with you, this time I’m using Tammy Tutterow Designs Stamps. I just adore her stamps. I’m also going to show you How to color a terracotta pot using Copic Markers. Super fun stuff to share with you! 🙂
I wanted to create a mini Valentine Card is 4 x 3.25 inches. The adorable little flower pot is from Tammy Tutterow Designs, Posie Parts Stamp and Die Set. I was going to use the dies to cut out the image, but I haven’t done any fussy cutting in a while so I went ahead and cut it out myself. Check out my post on, The Trick to Fussy Cutting.
I have been wanting to use my Tammy Tutterow Designs Waterfall dies.. and it was perfect for a little peek-a-boo note on my mini Valentine.
If you want some more inspiration from Tammy Tutterow’s Design Team check out the design team blog post!
Now.. on with the coloring… How to color a terracotta pot using Copic Markers.
I stamped my stamps in Memento Desert Sand Ink because I wanted to go for the ‘No Line Technique’. I love the way the no line technique looks on the flower. The center of the flower looks like it’s popping out of the page. It almost looks squishy. 🙂
Copic Markers used: RV10, RV32, RV34, R89, Y35, YR00, YR0000, YG97, YG95, E79, E97, E17, E13
I hope you enjoyed my post today. I’m working on my next Online Coloring Class! I’m super excited about it! 3 new exclusive images and fun techniques to learn as well. Be on the look out for sneak peeks on Facebook and Instagram so be sure you’re following me!
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