The promise of spring is a great motivator during cold and dark winter days, and today's project is just the ticket for satisfying those yearnings for brighter days, at least temporarily! Pinks and peaches applied with petal-soft flicks of the marker tip breathe life into the gorgeous blooms featured in the Wild Poppies stamp set. Yana's tips for imparting realistic color to her stamped poppies and adding a bit of dimension to a flat banner image are a fantastic starting point for your own spring fling with this stunning design from the new release.
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Love the soft pastel colors. Beautiful coloring technique. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful card! Love the colors!
Amazing tutorial! TFS
Like Yana, the poppies I have seen were either the bold red or the bold yellow. Love the soft look of the way these were colored. Also enjoyed the way Yana describes how and why she colored the way she did as I am just starting to get some copics and am interested in learning some tips and techniques. The pope set is a beautiful one and I will try this too. Thanks so much for sharing – loved this card!
I love the pale color flowers and the banner. Beautiful.
Such a beautiful card. I’m always nervous keeping areas of images white. I will try this again after seeing your video.:)
Absolutely stunning. I must get some very pale Copics and try this. Thanks for sharing.
How pretty. I love how you used slightly different shades for the flowers.
Your card is stunning. I also really like the size of the card. I think I want to try it. I like the way you used the copics. I think I will try that. After watching video I like having white showing. You really gave good instructions on doing this . Than you