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Joy Beautiful Hydrangea Blooms - Copic Coloring














Hi crafty friends, Meg here with a clean and simple Copic marker colored hydrangea card. This card was created using the Beautiful Blooms - Hydrangea clear stamp and the stacked stitched rectangle and scalloped stitched rectangle dies!

I stamped the large, gorgeous hydrangea using copic friendly, Memento ink onto Neenah Paper, Classic Crest 80lb - in the color Solar White. I then colored the beautiful image using my Copic markers. For the flower centers I used YG00. The rest of the hydrangea petals were colored with BV01, BV02 and BV04. The leaves were colored with G05, YG09 and G09.

I then used the second largest stitched rectangle and cut my colored panel. I cut the largest stitched scalloped rectangle from hygrangea purple, colored cardstock from my stash.

Then I heat embosssed the FABULOUS sentiment, also from the hydrangea stamp set, which reads 'Take joy in the little things.' I used WOW opaque British Summer embossing powder. This is a matte, cool grey color and it matches the grey Bazzill A2 card-base perfectly!

Thank you so much for viewing my hydrangea card! Hope you all like it!


~Meghan Shea
IG: meghanshea3377

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