Hi everyone! Today I have a colorful one layer card that I shared on the Altenew blog last June. To create my own images, I used an amazing technique that I’ve never tried before. Here is what I came up with:

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I started by stamping the flowers from Hennah Elements with colored pigment inks in various colors. I used masking technique along the way to add some dimension in my card. Then I heat embossed them with clear embossing powder. As you probably notice, I didn’t use watermark ink which I used to reach out for heat embossing technique.

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Next, I colored the flowers with Copic markers inspired by this image after stamping some swirl images and dots in the gap.

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To finish my card off, I added clear glitter on the flowers for some sparkle and interest.

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Don’t you love that the flower images have colorful outlines? That made my card to look so vibrant and cheery! I’m so happy with how it turned out. 🙂

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I almost forgot to mention that I used a bold ‘hello’ from Super Script for the sentiment. Hope you love my card and get some inspiration. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a fabulous weekend!

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10 thoughts on “Altenew: Copic Coloring over Colorful Outline Images

  1. Such a fantastic technique May, thank you for sharing it!! Your card is so beautiful and I have this stamp set, so will have to try it out with some water colouring (I don’t own any Copics).

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