Have you seen the new Simon Says Stamp Cheer & Joy Release? Join me to deck the cards with simple Zentangle & Copics! Featuring Simon Says Stamp Outline Winter Floral background stamp.
YouTube Tutorial | Deck the Cards with Zentangle & Copics
Zentangle is the perfect embellishment for the SSS Outline Winter Floral background stamp! Watch as I tangle and Copic color. Watch here or on YouTube and don’t forget to thumbs up and subscribe while you’re there!
Zentangle for Card Makers
Blending Zentangle with card making is the bomb! Add Copic coloring and it’s a trifecta of bliss! Have you tried it? What are you waiting for?
This panel was super easy to tangle. I started by stamping the full background stamp on a half sheet of Neenah with alcohol marker safe ink. Stamp the full image and create two cards. Bonus!
Next, I added Zentangle pen strokes. Though these aren’t patterns per se, they are elements that build tons of different patterns.
Copic Marker Colors
This is my all-time favorite holiday color palette. Enjoy! I tangled and added solid black contrast with a Sakura Micron 01 pen.
R35, R37, R39
BG15, BG57, BG49
YG01, YG03, YG63
YG61, YG63, YG67
C1, C3, C5
I trimmed the first panel down to 4 x 5.25 and was left with the strip above which was perfect for a twofer card!
Rainbow Twofer Card Design
I stamped the image again with a rainbow of dye inks intending to Copic color the whole image. However, after finishing the first panel I thought, yeah, maybe not today!
Instead, I die-cut the panel to 4 x 5.25 inches and then trimmed the leftover piece into 5 quarter-inch strips.
I popped up the panel on fun foam and used Darice Foam Strips for the strips. I love Darice Strips they’re the perfect width for narrow pieces!
Lastly, I added some black and white die-cuts and Nuvo Drops and called it done! The SSS Big You die I used was discontinued, therefore I linked an alternative below.
Whatcha think? Let me know down below and tag me @notableink if you give it a whirl. All the supplies will be linked below.
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