Copic Penguins Christmas Card

Copic Penguins Christmas Card

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In this copic markers tutorial from Latrice Murphy, you'll learn how to add color with copic markers while making cute penguin Christmas card designs! The copic penguins Christmas card is whimsical and adorable, perfect to send to family and friends.

Copic Penguin Christmas Card

Materials:

  • Cardstock: Bazzill
  • Patterned paper: Jillibean soup
  • Stamps: Our Craft Lounge
  • Ink: Ranger Distress Ink and Tsukineko Memento black
  • Punches: EK Success
  • Markers: Copic
  • Adhesive: EK Success and Tombow
  • Other: Glossy Accents, Sparkly fluff by Our Craft Lounge
     

Videos:

Instructions:

  1. Make your card from Pink cardstock.
     
  2. Trim a piece of kraft cardstock down to 1”x5-½” and make a scalloped edge with a border punch.
     
  3. Trim a piece of patterned paper down to 2-½”x5-½” and layer over scallop.
     
  4. Layer teal cardstock on the pink card base and adhere patterned paper and kraft trim.
     
  5. Stamp you sentiment in the upper right hand corner of the card in black ink.
     
  6. Next stamp you image onto white cardstock and color with Copic markers.
     
  7. Ink the edge of cream cardstock. This will be your images matte.
     
  8. Adhere colored image to cream cardstock and add 3D squares to the back. Adhere this to your card front.

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Wow. Two great videos one to show how to color with your copic markers and how to blend the colors and the second on how to put the card together. I can not wait to make some cards not only for Christmas but for anytime. This really inspires you to make your own cards and the videos are very well done. You can follow the steps easily and she explains things in detail. I would add some glitter for sparkle. Who would not love receiving a card like this?

beautiful! it inspires me to start creating all my own cards instead of buying them @ the store. mental gears turning as i type this...so many occasions, and a personal touch with each card! thank you, latrice!

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