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Copic and Prisma with Gina K.



Hello,  I have been on a coloring quest lately and it’s been fun! Very relaxing in these tough times. The base of my Gina K. Designs roses has a layer or two of Copic markers underneath, and because I am still not very good with those I can’t help myself but come back with Prisma colored pencils for the shadows and shading. The stamp set is called Peaceful Roses and the sentiment is from the Heartfelt Hydrangea set. The Dp is also Gina K Designs.  I made the decorative lattice edge with a Martha Stewart punch.

I found this fun Tic Tac Toe Challenge to play along with before I put my card together today.  I have chosen the center row of Blooms, Designer Paper, and Layers. There is also Anything Goes going on over at Addicted to Stamps and More.

Here are a couple more photos as I couldn’t decide which picture I liked best and what background to use. The last picture is when I was nearly done coloring it. I added some more dark shadows after I took the pictures.  I always have trouble knowing when to stop when coloring. Do you?














Thanks for popping in today to see what I have been up to!  Please stay safe, Nanc’

8 thoughts on “Copic and Prisma with Gina K.

  1. Wow, Nanc’ I think using the prisma pencils is awesome, your flowers have such depth and shading…lovely job my friend!

  2. So beautiful and I love how you combined the Copics and the pencils together. Gorgeous flowers.

  3. Gorgeous ! Your colouring is just amazing and your design so pretty ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at ATSM.

  4. Your blooms are stunning! beautiful card. Thanks for joining us at Tic Tac Toe Challenge this week!

  5. Nancy, beautiful cardI love the way the yellow pops against your background. Thank you so much for joining us this week at Tic Tac Toe Challenge.

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  7. OMGosh your coloring is amazing and I love the design you created. Beautiful card!

  8. You did a beautiful job coloring those roses, Nancy.

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