Saturday, February 29, 2020

Penny Black Copic Markers and Heat Embossing

Hello crafty friends, it's Sandi MacIver here and welcome back to the blog.  My share today is Penny Black Copic Markers and Heat Embossing.

Yes I know, Copic Markers and Heat Embossing don't necessarily go together.  Embossing powder is made with small shards of plastic and even though we heat and melt it to attach it to our cards, it still has sharp edges and coloring around it with our Copics can tear up our tips.

So, today I'm sharing some tips on a fun and easy solution to that issue, using the Misti.
It's also impossible to get this type of an image coloring with copics on dark card stock, so there's a simple solution for that as well.

Here's a quick video sharing how I used the Misti to create today's card tricks, along with a quick lesson on Copic Markers Flicking Technique which I used on the flowers.

That's it for me today and I hope you enjoyed my share..  Below is a list of supplies used to create today's card.  Affiliate links to various stores are shared at no additional cost to you.

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful, I have never stamped and then embossed later, love your results, such pretty coloring!


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