Colouring a Magical Night Sky Scene using Copic Markers

Read today’s post to see how I created the magical Christmas night sky scene using Copic Markers for my CAS Christmas card design.

Colouring a Magical Christmas Night Sky Scene Using Copic Markers. Click through for full details and a colouring video!

Marker Geek Monday:

If you’d like to see my Halloween themed colouring for today, pop on over to the Stamping Bella blog to watch me colouring Tiny Townie Willow the Witch for this week’s Marker Geek Monday!

Santa’s Magical Sleigh Ride Card:

At this time of year I get a little obsessed with colouring night skies, as you may have noticed! You can watch me colour this one in a colouring video further down in this post.

Colouring a Magical Christmas Night Sky Scene Using Copic Markers. Click through for full details and a colouring video!

Colouring a Magical Christmas Night Sky Scene Using Copic Markers. Click through for full details and a colouring video!

I thought adding Stamping Bella Santa has a Prezzie to the inside of the card along with a couple of sentiment stamps would be a perfect way to make it extra special.

Colouring a Magical Christmas Night Sky Scene Using Copic Markers. Click through for full details and a colouring video!

Cutest little Santa ever!

Card Making Supplies:

Stamps: On the front of the card I used a free clipart image of Santa’s Sleigh. A silhouette stamp would also work perfectly for this, I just didn’t have one to hand.

The sentiment on the front of the card is from the Stamping Bella Santa is Stuck stamp set. The image on the inside and one of the sentiments are from the Stamping Bella Santa has a Prezzie stamp set and the second sentiment on the inside of the card is from the Stamping Bella Chickadeer stamp set. Get those stamps mixed and matched and most importantly USED! 🙂

Note: Stamping Bella stamps are available in the UK from DiestoDieFor.

The image was coloured with Copic Markers UK link*/US link* on Make it Colour Blending Card.

I used Spellbinders Classic Circle Dies UK link*/US link* and Inkadinkado Stamping Mask Paper UK link*/US link* to create a mask for the moon.

I used my MISTI stamp tool UK link*/US link* for all stamping. The sentiment on the card front was stamped using Versamark Watermark Ink UK link*/US link* and heat embossed using WOW Embossing Powder Opaque Vanilla White Regular UK link*/US link* and my Heat Gun UK link*/US link*.

The patterned paper is from the Echo Park “Jingle all the Way” digital paper pack printed on cardstock using my CANON Pixma printer */US link*.

The layers were die cut using Lawn Fawn Stitched rectangle die sets both small and large. Lawn Fawn Dies UK link*/Lawn Fawn dies US link*

Christmas Night Sky Scene Copic Colouring Video:

Watch me colour the night sky scene using Copic markers in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.

You can see all the Copic colours I used in the video above!

Santa has a Prezzie Colouring Video:

Watch me colour Santa in the video below or in HD over on YouTube.

You can see all the Copic colours I used in the video above!

Other Night Sky Posts:

Here are some links to some of my other Copic night sky posts which you may find interesting!

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