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Contrast Coloring with Unicorns

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Contrast Coloring with Unicorns

Hi everyone! It's MEG here today, and I've got a different kind of tutorial to share with you. My tutorial today is on doing something I do a lot - using lots of contrast in coloring. I've used the Party Unicorns clear stamps to illustrate. In these images, I show you 3 different ways I use contrast in coloring. (1) check out what I did with the unicorn bodies, balloons, and cupcakes. I trace a line with my darkest marker just inside the artist sketched lines. I fill in the space between the artist sketched line and the line I...

Simple Background With Stencils!

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Simple Background With Stencils!

Gather your supplies so here I used 2 stencils from C.C Designs One is called BIRTHDAY DOTS and the other is MINI HEARTS! I grabbed two Copic Markers you can choose your own colors.  A white card base which is 80 lb Nennah also some painters tape. Copic Airbrush system was also used Secure the card base and then secure stencil so that nothing moves on you! You can also load your marker into the Airbrush holder I used blue for the dots. When finished remove first stencil gentle and set aside now repeat the above steps again with second Stencil and...

April & May Rain Shaker Card Tutorial

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April & May Rain Shaker Card Tutorial

Happy Tuesday everyone! It's Rosie here today sharing written instructions on how I created this cute Rain Shaker Card inspired by Laura Dovalo Rasi. Step 1: First, I gathered up the supplies I needed to make the card and colored my paper and images. SUPPLIES: April & May Clear Stamps, In and Out Square Metal Die, Cloud and Grass Die, Distress Oxide Inks, Foam Tape, Glass Beads, Clear Thread, Scor-Tape. I colored the ducks from the April & May Clear Stamp Set. The rain hat on the standing duck was cut out from the bear stamp. I used the Cloud...

Splatter Background Tutorial

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Splatter Background Tutorial

Hey guys! Stacie here to share how I did this splatter background! First I used my Misti and stamped the cute little bunny stamp in the center of my paper. Then I used Post-It Note Tape to stamp my image again. It was just barely too big for one piece of tape so I used washi tape to help keep the 2 pieces together. After stamping it I carefully cut it out. You will want to be right on the black line or even just barely into it so it doesn't leave a halo around your image! Next I lined...

Treat Bag Gift Card Holder Tutorial

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Treat Bag Gift Card Holder Tutorial

Hello! Larisa here and today, I'm sharing how to use the CC Designs Treat Bag die to create a fun little Gift Card Holder.  This is perfect for any occasion!  Think...Birthdays, Easter, Teacher Gifts, etc.   To create this card, you will need: 1. Treat Bag Die 2. Patterned Paper 3. Gift Card  4. Colored Image (Cutie Bugs Clear Stamp Set) 5. In and Out Circle Die 6. Tissue Paper 7. Thin Sticky Tape  8. Copic-Friendly Ink Step 1: Trim patterned paper to fit card base.  Die cut pink paper from the Treat Bag Die.  Die cut white card stock and...

Creating your own stencils with cutting dies

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Creating your own stencils with cutting dies

Hello! Today I want you to show a little tutorial, how easy and first and foremost fast you can create your own stencils with the cutting dies you already have at home. For this I used the new "Cloud and Gras Die" and a foil. I like to use foils, because you can reuse them and you see exactly, where you have to lay them. If the foil is big enough, you can make two different sides at once. I've used the clouds and the grass border. Don't dump the the leftover part, you can use them as well! It...

Spring Shadow Box Card Tutorial

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Spring Shadow Box Card Tutorial

Hello all, Amador here and welcome to my tutorial for a sweet Spring Shadow Box Card. I used the Spring Things Stamp & Spring Things Die Set to accent this DIY Shadow Box Card made from the In & Out Rectangle die set. To create this card you start with heavyweight cardstock for all of the base parts. The box is created with a 4 1/4”x6 1/” and scored at 1/4”, 1 1/4”, 5”, 6 1/4” on the landscape side. The front and back will have the In & Out Rectangle diets for accents. The the layers are all 3”x4...

Interactive Pull Tab Card feat Unicorns

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Interactive Pull Tab Card feat Unicorns

Hi everyone! It's Laura here, and today I am back with an interactive card I created with the C.C. Designs Pull Tab Cutter Die and the newly released Unicorns.This die is really fun and easy to use, and I thought I would share a step by step photo tutorial on how to use it to create your own interactive pull tab card. I started off by cutting an A2 rectangle and a grassy hillside out of some patterned paper.  I used one of the dies in the C.C. Designs  Pull Tab Cutter set to cut a slit in the grassy hillside...

How to Use Metal Dies to make an Embossed Background

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How to Use Metal Dies to make an Embossed Background

Hey guys! Stacie here with a tutorial on using metal dies to create an embossed background!First gather all your supplies. I used A Big Shot, 2 rubber mats, various snowflake dies, a piece of white cardstock & the cutting pad to add some thickness to my sandwich.I put the rubber mat down firstthen put my cardstock on next.I added my dies all over the cardstock I added the other rubber mat on top (you can also just double the rubber mat on the bottom if your dies cut through too much)The dies went through a little too much but not...

Advent calendar

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Advent calendar

I want to make a little Advent calendar for a friend of mine for the four Sundays in Advent and I thought, I take you with me and show you, how I do this.  At first I took the little angel stamps and colored them with Copics and cut them out. Additionally I applied some glitter on the wings. Used Copics: Skin: E13 - E11 _E00 - E000 -E000 and E93 for the cheeks Hair: E49 - E57 - E27 - E25 - E31 - E 43 - Y21 Wings: N3 - N2 - N0 - 0 Dresses: R14 -...