EBE by Brandi Kincaid, Essentials By Ellen, Stamping

Pressing Thoughts with Guest Designer Alice

Today our friend Alice from Alice’s {Little} Wonderland is joining us with a gorgeous project that features the Essentials by Ellen – Pressing Thoughts.

Hello, all! It’s Alice from Alice’s {Little} Wonderland! =) I am thrilled to share a card that I made using the beautiful Pressing Thoughts set from Ellen Hutson’s latest release with you today.

I like to no-line color flower stamps like this! =)

I stamped the flowers on the card front and rotated the image as I go to give the impression that I used more than one image. =)

One little trick that I use in every Copic colored image is that I use paper scraps like this to test out the colors that I intended to use first. Sometimes I want to blend two different colors together and I need to know if they would work together. And besides, don’t we all save a ton of scraps? =) Just make sure that you use the same paper scraps as the one that you are going to color your images on.

One other simple trick is to have the original stamp set handy as you color. This is especially helpful if you like no-line coloring like me. Sometimes the ink is faint and it becomes confusing to the eye where the parts are overlapping on the image and the original image would serve as a reference for times like this.

Hope these little tips will help you getting your Copics or any other coloring mediums out to give this beautiful Pressing Thoughts set a try!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

To see more of Alice’s wonderful designs, you can find her on Instagram at @aliceinlittlewonderland

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3 Comments

  • Reply Donna Whitten June 27, 2021 at 8:36 am

    Very pretty card, thanks for sharing.

  • Reply tsurutadesigns1 June 27, 2021 at 9:39 am

    So pretty Alice!

  • Reply Barbara-Jean Kubik June 27, 2021 at 1:05 pm

    Beautiful coloring. The card does look like pressed flowers!

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