Sandi MacIver, Paper Craft Artist -

New Video – Copic Quickies – Sepia Card

Hello my paper crafting friends and welcome back to my card making blog.  Today’s New Video is #6 in my Copic Quickies Series:   Copic Quickies – Sepia Card and is another quick and easy one.  I only used 4 markers.

It seems about once a year I decided to do a sepia colored card, I really like them and this one is stacked full of Gina K products, so let’s jump in shall we.

Copic Quickies - Sepia Card

This is a 5 x 5 inch square card, something else I love to make and all the cutting instructions and supplies are listed below in links and a free PDF download.

Gina K Designs Elegant Asters

I’ve used the Gina K Designs Elegant Asters set today.  I started by stamping all of the leaf and flower images in Amalgam Black ink (copic friendly and waterproof), using my Misti so I could stamp them multiple times for nice dark images.

I colored them using Copic Markers to create the sepia color:  E41, E43, E44 and #47 and the flicking technique (show in the video below)

Next I die cut them all out with the coordinating dies.

Gina K Designs Elegant Asters

I set them aside to create my card front pieces which I started by die cutting a piece of Kraft card stock with the largest stitched square die.  I then stenciled it with Kraft ink, through the Gina K Leafy Stencil.  I like that the lines in the leaves on the stencil mirror the leaves in the stamp set.

Copic Quickies - Sepia Card

I often like to decorate the inside of my cards too, so I cut additional pieces, stenciled a bit on the white and attached the art pieces with glue dots .  For this bunch, I left the stamped leaves white, and I kind of really like that contrast.  This is the smallest flower from the bunch too.

Copic Quickies - Sepia Card

I attached all the art pieces using foam squares to add a bit of dimension and embellished with some Nuvo Crystal Drops in Ebony Black.

Click the button above to download the FREE PDF for today’s card which includes the cutting instructions, creating instructions and a clickable supply list.  You can also visit my FREE PDF Gallery for over 200+ more card ideas.

And here is a short video walking you through the creating of this card.  You can CLICK HERE to watch it on my blog, or visit my YOUTUBE channel HERE to view in H.D.


Thanks so much for visiting me today and I hope you enjoyed the project.  I’ve listed the products I used below.  Clicking on the image will take you directly to the product.  Where available I use compensated affiliate links which means if you make a purchase through my link, I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  Thank you so very much for your support, it helps to keep my blog and YouTube channel running and I truly appreciate it.

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4 thoughts on “New Video – Copic Quickies – Sepia Card”

  1. I love, love, love this card. I will definitely have to try the sepia look on a card. I too can see this card in lots of different colors. Nice work

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