Friday, 14 October 2016

One card, Two Looks

Hello Copic Lovers!  I have a little surprise for you today, everyone (that I know) wants copics, they are just awesome – but a bit too pricy for most of us, so let me show you how you can get the look for less!
Today my colour palette was inspired by the Global Design Project Colour challenge, click here to check out the other entries.

Here is are my creations I love using these blender pens!  The blender pens come in a pack of three dual tipped pens, giving you six tips to work with, just like copics you can build and blend colours to get exactly the look you want, both of these cards have just used the 3 colours and the blender pens to add depth.

This first one is done on craft cardstock inked with StazOn white ink.  This card is also entered in the Crazy Crafters weekly team highlights click here to vote or check out the other amazing entries. 

This second one is clear embossed on white card, let me tell you it’s not easy to colour a clear embossed image, but it does give such a soft result.

And in case you don’t believe that the blender pens are something you MUST buy right NOW,  here is a sample of blending using more than 3 colours on this beautiful (and retired :) Perfect Peacock stamp -  why buy alcohol markers when you already have a whole range of inks?

Thanks for dropping by, don’t forget if you live in Australia and would like to purchase any of the items used today just click on the links below and you will be taken to my online store. Don't forget to use this months’ host code KMZ2A3BC to earn rewards and free gifts.

Product List
Blender Pens


  1. Both cards are beautiful Sandra! I love the Kraft version ... but you are right, the white version is so much softer. xx

  2. Stunning cards Sandra! I adore watercolour on kraft! Thanks so much for sharing your talents and joining in with this week's Global Design Project!

  3. Both are simply beautiful! May just need to pull out my Kraft cardstock, I always forget about it! Thanks so much for playing along to the Global Design Project this week. xo


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