This week I thought I would play with an oldie but goodie from my stamp collection – Stamping Bella Cherry Chick.
Cherry Chick Copic Colouring Video
Right now Cherry Chick is the Stamp of the Month offer over at Stamping Bella. Until the end of March 2019 you can grab the stamp set and coordinating die (while stocks last) with a 25% discount!
I realised recently that I have yet to create a colouring video showing how I colour this stamp, so I thought now would be a great time to rectify that.
Watch me colour Cherry Chick in the video below or in HD over on YouTube. For this video I made the time to create a voiceover, so you can enjoy hearing me waffle about how to choose where to start on an image, which order I use my markers in, paper choices and colouring with red markers!
Cherry Chick Card
I used my coloured image to create a fun birthday card.
I stamped the image using My Favorite Things Extreme Black hybrid ink on Make it Colour Blending Card before colouring with Copic Markers. I cut out the image using MFT Inside and Out Stitched Circle Stax Dienamics and added some diecut leaves (I believe the dies were from MFT) behind it. The patterned paper is from the MFT Birthday Blowout 6×6 pad.
Copic Marker List:
Bowl C00,C1,C3,C4 / R32,R35 / BG49
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