image. I tried a technique of coloring the background by Jennifer McGuire (I couldn't find the video that demonstrated this technique but she does mention it here). I went over the image with an embossing pen and then covered that with clear embossing powder and heated it. I then was able to go in with Distress Ink to color the background. I wish that would have remembered to wipe my card stock with an anti-static because some of the embossing powder stuck to the card in front of her face
resisting the Distress Ink. I will keep trying!!!!!
I bought this 4 cup container from Land of Nod. I have touches of turquoise in my
craft room (it is my favorite color)! I certainly don't have many Copic Markers but perhaps I have enough (is there such a thing?). I have ordered a refill for the Colorless Blender and W1 so I really appreciate the information from this lesson. Notice I have the stickers (oh wait, this photo is too blurry to see the stickers! LOL!!) on my markers. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
I used all the final touches that I could. I did the double blue shadow around the image. I used Heidi Swapp's Glitter pens. I used Uni-Ball Signo white pen to add snowflakes and to hide errors where I could. I tried to go over the image with a black pen but it smeared badly so I stamped, cut out and pasted a new runner where I tried the pen work.