Creating with toner foil and copic markers

Today I am here to show you my first project for the month of November for Jan’s Digital Stamp Shop Challenge Blog. I wanted to try combining some foiling with a little bit of Copic coloring and still keep the card CAS.

Using Silhouette Studio to get good placement of the design, I placed the sentiment twice and then removed one of the words from each instance so that I had a stacked sentiment result. I added the birds to the top of the words, with enough space so that I could foil the sentiment without  getting any foil on the birds – remembering that since all was printed on a laser printer, it was all toner and would foil if foil was placed on it. I printed one panel onto white cardstock and one panel onto a light teal cardstock.

I lined the foil up carefully before sending it through the Minc machine so that it only covered the sentiment. I fussy cut the birds from the teal printed panel and added some shading with my Copic markers and the Copic blender. I used BG49, BG15 and BG10.

I completed the card by gluing the teal birds on top of the printed ones on the white panel and then using a black glaze pen to add legs and dots on the eyes. I matted the panel onto a teal piece before adhering the panel to a white cardbase.

We look forward to seeing you in this month’s Anything Goes challenge at Jan’s Digital Stamp Shop Challenge Blog. You have a month to enter and you have an additional chance at a prize if you use one of Jan’s digis on your project.

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