Copic Coloring Grass and Critters on a Clean and Simple Card

August 20, 2015

Coloring Grass and Critters with Copics by Jess Gerstner featuring Gerda Steiner Designs Stamps

Hello crafty friends! It's Jess from JessCrafts.com. Today I am sharing a card made with the Happy Fall, Heavy Friends, and Happy Spring stamp sets. I wanted to combine these three critters who had their heads thrown back in joy. To find out more about how I made this card check out the video below.


Creating grass with Copics is relatively simple as long as you get the feel for the flicks that create the blades but it may take some practice. Distress Ink is a great way to add a soft sky. 

Coloring Grass and Critters with Copics by Jess Gerstner featuring Gerda Steiner Designs Stamps





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