July 3, 2018

Copic Colouring Negative Diecuts to Create Background plus a Video!

Hey everyone! Welcome back to my blog. I have a video tutorial to share with you today. This card below I shared couple of weeks ago using Simon Says Stamp Good Vibes collection dies had very good response and a tutorial was requested. I made a similar card using the exact same techniques and made a video of it.

Here is the photo of the new card.

I used an older frame die from Simon called Cosmo Flower Frame die and Big Thanks die to make this one. Here is the video tutorial of the card.

You can use any of the floral outline die for this technique. The bigger the better for the dramatic effect. Colour combination plays an important role for the dramatic effect. You could also try using watercolours instead of copic markers. Colour pencils will be tedious and time consuming colouring each and every negative piece. The backer dies are awesome because using contrasting colour for the backer will makes the coordinating sentiment pop from the background. I love using Nuvo Crystal drops. Adds subtle texture and dimension to the flowers.

Here are some closeup photos of the card.

All supplies used to make this card are listed below.


Many thanks for visiting my blog today. Have a lovely day!


  1. http://SusanME says

    This is wonderful, thanks!!

  2. Totally gorgeous! Thank you for a fabulous tutorial! Hugs! Mynn xx

  3. http://Dina says

    This may be the prettiest card I’ve ever seen! I love it.

  4. http://Juana%20Davila says

    I absolutely LOVE this! I am very inspired to start creating. Thank you for sharing

  5. http://Connie says

    Both of these cards are gorgeous!!

  6. http://Marisela%20Delgado says

    Beautiful cards

  7. http://Marti%20Grim says

    I just finished watching your tutorial and LOVE the cards you made. The colors are beautiful!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  8. http://Nancy says

    So beautiful and I love the colors!

  9. Absolutely, stunning!

  10. http://Shona%20Chambers says

    This is such a fabulous idea, genius in fact!! And both of your cards are simply gorgeous!!!

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