Hi card making friends. I have a fun (and easy) set of cards for you today: Simon Says Stamp Delicate Flowers and Simple Copic Flicking Technique.
PS, yes you have seen this post before. Apparently I need to sacrifice something to the computer gods because the original post has disappeared off my blog, LOL…so sorry – but the cards are pretty, so enjoy!
The Simon Says Stamp Delicate Flowers stamp set came out originally as a Monthly Kit which is long sold out, but you can order it separately. It has beautiful flowers, graceful leaves and heartfelt sentiments and it’s a set I reach for time and again. There is also a matching set of dies.
The Flicking technique I’m sharing today is one I learned many years ago at Copic Classes and I love to use it on floral stamps because it’s a very simple way to add depth to a flower without having to blend.
You will see in the short video below that I work one petal at a time which allows me to work over layers of ink that are still wet and therefore blend a bit on their own, but we want the flicks to show.
In the video I also share how I created the watercolor background using a simple Gansai Tambi watercolor wash on a card base die cut with the Simon Says Wonky Rectangles Dies. Then it was matted in black before being adding to a A2 sized top folding card base.
Here is the Simon Says Stamp Delicate Flowers and simple Copic Flicking Technique video.
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