Monday, June 6, 2016

Make It Monday video tutorial: shading with Copics...

Recently, I purchased a few more Copic Markers to add to my stash and have been having fun with using them in different ways! Today is my day for a Make It Monday video over at Papertrey Ink, so I've made this card with shadowing under the die cut. I'd love if you would stop over to watch the video at Nichole's blog, give it a try, and let me know what you think of this technique!
I've used a Pure Poppy die cut, trimmed from the Framed Friends die by Papertrey Ink, then a light pink R20 Copic marker for the shading under the word. In the video, I will show you other samples of cards I've made recently with the same technique. Word dies work excellent for this, but you can shadow under other die cuts as well!

I've used Tulip Time and Wonderful Words: Friends stamps also.

Swing by Nichole's blog to watch the full Make It Monday video on how to recreate this card! Have a fabulous day, and don't forget to play along in the shadowing challenge for your chance to win a Papertrey Ink gift card!

So Glad We're Friends:
(All Supplies by Papertrey Ink Unless Otherwise noted.)
STAMPS: Wonderful Words: Friends, Tulip Time
INK: Melon Berry, Sweet Blush, Pure Poppy, Bright Buttercup, Spring Moss, Simply Chartreuse, Ripe Avocado
DIES: Framed Friends, Tulip Time
PAPER: Stamper Select White, Pure Poppy cardstock
OTHER: sequins by Pretty Pink Posh.


Teresa Doyle said...

THIS is beautiful Danielle! Just stunning!

jintyoo7 said...

I second that - stunning card! Hope to watch the video and play along at the weekend :-)

Lisaerica said...

Hi Danielle, beautious! That friends die is gorgeous, and I love the shadow technique. Tulips are one of my fav,s since I'm a little girl. Thanks for sharing, and your video was great, I know they're a lot of work but I wish you would make more.

Greta said...

I really love your card & it taught me to think of using a lighter shade for the shadow. For some reason that never occurred to me & I've just been using white or black. Thank you for the inspiration, Danielle!