Cardmaking, Essentials By Ellen, Stamping

Go-To Greens – Carissa On Color March 2021

For today’s installment of Carissa On Color, I’m sharing all of my favorite green crafting supplies, and since it’s Saint Patrick’s Day, it’s the perfect time to share my go-to greens.

Hi, it’s Carissa Wiley here with you today.  Today I’m sharing another Carissa On Color featuring my go-to greens.  I have to warn you ahead of time….there are a lot of them.  Greens are such an important part of many color palette’s and the hue or shade can really make a difference in the overall feeling of your card.  Greens are essentials for florals and many other types of imagery.  And the right green can make all the difference in the world.

Greens have a wide range, from yellow-greens to true greens, to blue-greens.  They can add energy and pop to your project, a subtle flair, or elegance.  Long story short, greens are important.

I have chosen several of my favorite go-to greens to share with you today.  I’ve also color-matched them with Copic Markers to help you in your coloring projects.  I’ll share these go-to greens in today’s video, and share why I like them.   Then, we’ll make a project featuring these colors.  Be sure to check out the video tutorial. 

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you were inspired by today’s project.  Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!


Inks & Coordinating Copic Markers

Pinkfresh Olive – YG63, YG67, Pinkfresh Emerald City – G03, G05, Concord & 9th Sprout – YG13, Concord & 9th Parsley – YG17, Concord & 9th Clover – G17, Catherine Pooler Melon Ice – YG00, YG01. Catherine Pooler Lime Rickey – YG23, YG25, Catherine Pooler Grass Skirt – G05, G07, Catherine Pooler Green Tea – YG93, YG95, Catherine Pooler Deck The Halls – G28, G29, Catherine Pooler Mint To Be – G000, G00, Concord & 9th Grapefruit – R11, R12, Catherine Pooler Do Si Do – R22, R24


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  • Reply tsurutadesigns1 March 18, 2021 at 6:43 pm

    This is fabulous. Green is my favorite color!

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