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Copic Spotlight Coloring – Stamptember 2018

For this STAMPtember release, I pulled out a myriad of coloring mediums. In the previous cards, I did a no-line watercolor with Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens and Distress Oxide Stamping. So for this card, I grabbed a rainbow of Copic markers to help this sentiment come to life.

 Spotlight Copic Coloring

When I saw the “Our Hearts Need You” sentiment from the STAMPtember Spiritual Sentiments Stamp Set, I knew I needed to pair it with a rainbow unicorn. I was thinking, we need YOU out of the crowd & our hearts need to believe in magic. And that’s how this card was born.

Let’s get started. I grabbed an A2 sized white card stock panel and stamped 4 unicorns on a diagonal. One panel was stamped in Simon Says Stamp Intense Black Ink and 1 panel with Barely Beige. I set the Barely Beige panel aside for a later date but wanted to stamp it while I had the supplies at hand.

Copic Markers

Next up, I Copic colored 1 unicorn with the following markers.

R: RV02, RV25, RV29
O: YR15, YR07, R17
Y: Y13, Y15, Y18
G: G02, G05, G09
B: B04, B06, B26
V: V04, V09, BV08
G: W1, W3, W5, W7, 0

Spotlight Copic Coloring

After coloring was complete, I marked the top and bottom of a black A2 sized piece of cardstock to create two panels to frame the diagonally stamped unicorns. I gold heat embossed the sentiment and 2 strips to line the inside edge of the black cardstock panels and popped them up with foam tape.

I added Sakura Metallic Gelly Roll Gold pen to the unicorn’s horn and hooves for sparkle and shine. I just love how the card turned out and message of the sentiment and image together. 


Be sure to check out the Simon Says Stamp blog so that you don’t miss out on all the other incredible designer’s creations and the Free Gift with Purchase promotions like the one below. I went for the STAMPtember T-Shirt myself. What do you fancy?

Thanks for stopping by. Go get your creativity on and Breathe · Ink · Inspire.

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  1. Teresa Doyle says:

    This is simply adorable. A great video tutorial as well. TFS!