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Hi everyone! Welcome back for another Clean & Simple Die Cutting episode! I have two cards to share with you today, both using the same technique and the same die.
This post is from the bi-weekly “Clean & Simple Die Cutting” series. You can view all posts from this series by clicking here.
I used the same basic technique for both of these cards – I die cut the dream catcher image out of white cardstock and colored it using alcohol based markers. I used only one Chameleon Bubblegum Marker for the pink card, I love the gradation of color I was able to achieve. I’ve already talked a bit about those markers in one of my previous videos, you can watch it here if you like.
I used several colors of Copic markers to color the dream catcher on the blue card. I don’t remember the exact colors I used as I made that card about a month ago, but I know I used 2 colors and a colorless blender. Both of these look beautiful and very quite easy to do.
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There are many ways you can color your die cut images. You can ink them, use Distress markers, watercolor pencils or just watercolor. I chose Chameleon pens simply because I want to improve my coloring skills using these.
I also added several small die cut hearts using the Cascading Hearts from Spellbinders. Its a background die, you can use it to die cut backgrounds for A2 cards, but I only used it for the little hearts.
I added a bit of floss or string to each of the cards and also some sequins. The sentiments on both were stamped using Avery Elle stamps. I used the Get Well set for the pink one and Petals & Stems set for the blue one.