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Bumbleberry Blog — Copic Colouring

Stamps aren't just for Christmas - Create with the Cozy Town Stamp set!

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Stamps aren't just for Christmas - Create with the Cozy Town Stamp set!

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas despite never-ending pandemic. I've got a quick post today showing you that stamps aren't just for Christmas! Haha, see the pun I did there! Well, today I've got a fun card that uses the Hero Arts Cozy Town stamp set, originally a stamp set created for Christmas cards. With a few simple techniques, you can switch up and stretch your Christmas stamps to create cards all year round! So let's get started! Written and photos Stamps aren't just for Christmas: ...

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Loose colouring with copic markers - PinkFresh Studio: You are my favorite!

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Loose colouring with copic markers - PinkFresh Studio: You are my favorite!

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. If you're like me and are still new to Copic markers then you may at times feel intimidated in colouring a stamp in. What's great with this PinkFresh Studio You Are My Favorite stamp is it has a lovely loose look to florals, as though you've had drawn it. This style really lends itself to loose colour with Copic makers, creating an artistic look very quickly! The recipient will love it and think you've painted it. So let's get started!  Written and photos Loose colouring with copic markers: ...

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Alternative way to colour skies - Hero Arts Rolling Hills/Cozy Town

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Alternative way to colour skies - Hero Arts Rolling Hills/Cozy Town

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Skies are often a feature of many cards, but definitely at Christmas when you're creating winter scene. But you may struggle to colour them, or perhaps you're bored with how you normal colour them. Well, today I'm showing 3 alternative ways to colour a sky rather than using markers or paints! For this card, I've used the Hero Arts Rolling Hills die, and although this has come out in a holiday release, I can see it being used all year round - just change up the scene! Written...

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The Kangaroo Gang Are here to play, using bubble wrap back ground. Also Bonus Card using the Latest Release from Waffle Flower

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The Kangaroo Gang Are here to play, using bubble wrap back ground. Also Bonus Card using the Latest Release from Waffle Flower

Hello There, My Crafty Friends, Its Jo here from Daisy D Designs, on the Bumbleberry blog.This week I decided to play around with making backgrounds   Memento Inks and Kaleidacolor                                                                                                                  Using Different Ink Pads I started to come up with so lovely combinations.  Then I tried...

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Copic coloured die cut florals

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Copic coloured  die cut florals

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Do you love to use die cuts on your cards, but want to stretch how you use them and get more from them? Adding colour detail with your Copic markers, or any other alcohol marker is a quick way to change up your regular die cuts from plain cardstock and make your card stand out. What's more, you can use a layering floral die such as this layered rose die from Altenew and use the layers independently to stretch your design. Copic coloured  die-cut florals video:    ...

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