Color blending card I’ve tried with my Bic markers. The card stock is red, for some reason it came out as a hyper hot pink here! The copic blender did a good of of blending where I wanted it to (I’ll try to post an example somewhere of a before and after using it). I wanted some clear shadow lines, so it wasn’t necessary for me to get rid of all lines, but it did soften them where I wanted.
I had some trouble with the black paper, you can’t really see the texture from this angle, I’ll post another:
I had to alter the color for you to see the texture of the black (the sky was so gray here today it was hard to get indoor photos!) Anyway, my cardstock wasn’t colored all the way through, so when I embossed it, it “broke through” the paper. I just rubbed over those placed with black chalk, then sprayed “fixative” (for me, hairspray) on it to help set it.
I also found that the brads touched up well with a white pen…they were a big older and my new MM setter sort of gave them a hard way to go!
Entry filed under: Card Making.