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Fixing Those Nasty Little Stamping Errors!

Happy Tuesday to all my wonderful friends!   Marie here and I want to share a TIP I learned to correct those nasty little stamping errors that can pop up every now and then.   I don't know if this has ever happened to you or not but I have days when I sit down in my crafting room excited to start a new project and...... the first image I stamp comes out unclear or missing some of it's lines.   Sound familiar?   Today I want to show you a tip I picked up from my Copic Classes  with Suzanne Dean.   For this demonstration, I am using this adorable little image from Some Odd Girl called  Crushin Gwen.   

Let's take a look at my TIP for Tip Tuesday!  

 Notice how the image did not get completely inked.  

The Copic Multiliners smoothly fix any missed stamping lines or lines that may not come out uniform in color.   The Multiliners come in many different sizes and colors.  When starting my collection, I preferred to start with an 0.03mm and I bought one in back and grey.   I added other colors but these two are very versatile.  See how easy it was?  

Copics:   E000, E11

Copics:  G28, YG63, G40

Copics:  E40, E42, E44, E47 and Opaque White Copic Ink

The layers were adhered to the base card.  I created some button hand quilled flowers and used a Memory Box flourish die and some orange rhinestone embellishments.  

I hope you enjoyed this little tutorial on Tip Tuesday!    Don't forget to stop back tomorrow for a surprise from Melissa! 

Marie XX


Oh my, handy tip. Your card is beautiful. I love the coloring and the color scheme.

Super Job Marie! Your coloring is awesome as usual! Love these images and your design really makes her shine!
Big Hugs!

Thank you very much for this tutorial! Your card is beautiful, and your coloring just perfect!

Maria B.

Beautifully done! Thanks for sharing this great tip!

Thanks for the tutorial. Wonderful coloring.

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