Hello, Julie here with another amazing tutorial from Ana! Today Ana is showing us how to color a red rose with Copic markers.
Hello crafty friends!
It’s Ana here today sharing a card I made with the beautiful Sending Roses Stamp Set and the matching Sending Roses Dies! They are part of the Greenhouse Society Collection of flower stamps and dies.
This newest Technique Tuesday floral addition took my breath away when I saw it! I love roses and all the beautiful colors they come in and I just couldn’t wait to color this gorgeous image!
For today’s card I decided to color the stamped roses in classic red.
To start, I stamped two rose images on Neenah Classic Crest 80 lb. cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.
Next, I chose my 3 shades of red Copic markers (R59, R29, R35) to color these beauties.
I colored the leaves next, with Copic markers (G99, YG67, YG63).
I die cut both of my red Copic-colored stamped rose images with the Sending Roses Dies and then started working on my background.
I stamped the sentiment (from the Sending Roses set) on a piece of white cardstock and die cut it with the largest Essential Stitched Labels Crafting Dies and used an embossing folder to create the background.
To assemble the card, I cut white heavyweight cardstock to 10 x 5, then scored and folded it at 5 inches creating a card base. Using liquid glue, I adhered the embossed piece (4 ¾ x 5) directly to card base and adhered my sentiment piece with foam tape.
To embellish the card, I added red gloss dots and my card was finished!
Thank you so much for stopping by today and spending some time with me.
Until next time, I wish you Happy Crafting!
Wow, what a beautiful card! I love the shades of red and green Ana used to color her stamped and die cut roses. I hope Ana's tutorial has given you some new ideas about how to color red roses with Copic markers!
P.S. If you'd like to see another card featuring these stamps and dies, check out my tutorial about how to add color and highlights to stamped roses using alcohol makers.