I used Marvy Black to stamp the Viking Dragon from the Bunnies in Flight stamp set. Then, I used my newest toy, the Brother scan and cut to cut out the image.
After coloring I used Marvy inks to ink up the circle stamp from the Watercolor Basics stamp set. Before I inked up I rubbed the stamp along the area below my thumb. This makes the stamp take the ink better and is great for and solid area stamp. I think it really makes a difference in getting a well inked image.
One of my favorite water-based inks is Marvy and I reach for it every time. And, for coloring with copics, Marvy can’t be beat.
I noticed after I stamped that I smudged the card. (yes I smudged on two cards) I used the Copics to color the clear rhinestones to match the dragon and used the rhinestones to cover the smudges. I love when there are happy accidents.
While I LOVE the Bunnies in Flight , the Watercolor Basics stamp set is my new favorite. The stamps can be used to add color, texture or even frame an image. It’s so crazy simple. Check out the video and see how I did this card.
The Watercolor Basics stamp set creates such a fast background, I have more time to color. I actually took some time to color using my copics.
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