Colorado Craft Company & Anita Jeram The Way of Water Release: Combining Sketch Markers and Copic Markers

 Hello Crafters! 

Welcome to the Colorado Craft Company & Anita Jeram The Way of Water Blog Hop!

You should gave arrived here from the wonderful Kassi Hulet If you’re just stopping by you’ll want to head back to the beginning at the Colorado Craft Company Blog so you don’t miss a stop along the way or a chance to win! 

Colorado Craft Company is generously giving away One stamp set to each winner from each of the stops on the hop. They will pick the winners and include them in an email as well as share them in a blog post.  Please sign up to be on their email list or be checking the Blog to see if you won. 

We are also giving away a COMPLETE BUNDLE to ONE winner who shops through the affiliate links of the designers to buy from us. They will get one entry per order. We will pick them and email them privately. You can shop through my link here! 

These stamps are so fun! They require absolutely no effort to put a scene together which I love. My card is all one layer with no masking required. I did a little ink blending for my sky and then got started coloring! 

I used a combination of both Sketch Marker Brush Pro and Copic Markers to pull my scene together. If you aren’t familiar with Sketch Markers you can check out my video here. In order to get my water to blend I concentrated on overlapping my colors quite a bit. I even used my colorless blender to add in a few more bubbles! 

I love the bright pops the seahorses provide to break up all that blue. This was so fun to color. 

You can see the entire process in the video below. It’s a long one so feel free to hop through and then come back 🙂 

Your next stop on the hop is my amazing friend Michelle Lupton

Thank you so much for stopping by! 

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