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Clean and Simple Stamping and Copic Coloring with Splendid Rose


Hello cardmaking friends. Meg here, with a super quick and easy, clean and simple yet elegant, coral colores rose card. Perfect for any friend.

To create this card I used the Scalloped Stacked Stitched Rectangle dies, Splendid Rose clear stamp set and Rainbow Sherbert Sequins.

First, I cut the largest scalloped rectangle from Cryogen white, iridescent sparkle cardstock. This specialty cardstock had a gorgeous, subtle shimmer which is much more evident in real life versus in photographs. This is my preferred cardstock for coloring with Copic Markers.

I stamped the gorgeous rose and friend sentiment, both from the Splendid Rose stamp set, using Hero Arts Intense Black Ink. This hybrid ink is Copic friendly.

I then quickly colored the rose using 3 different YR Copic Marker colors; YR61, YR02 and YR65.  I wanted to achieve a coral colored rose....however, it came out a little more orange than I expected. I love how it turned out, although it wasn't exactly what I anticipated when I began coloring.

Lastly, I added Kuretake, Wink of Stella shimmer pen to the roses and adhered the panel to some Bazzill Basics Paper cardstock in the color, Marmalade Blast.

I hope you enjoyed this quick and easy Copic colored greeting card! Thanks for visiting my blogpost!



~Meghan Shea
IG: Meghanshea3377


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