Wednesday’s Card: Copic Cupcake

Copic Cupcake The photos, instructions, and video associated with this card are located at livelovecards.com, the only site dedicated exclusively to card-lovers. Click here to learn about becoming a member.

Comments

  1. Your coloring and shading is just gorgeous. Love this!

  2. Exploring your blog and enjoying all your creative ideas and cards! This set is so cute. I’m wondering what # (lb., /pound) weight of cardstock you use to use your copics with? thx so much.

  3. Suzanne Watanabe says:

    Hi Darlene!
    I too love my cupcakes! I really love how you color with Copics…it’s always so beautiful! I have one Copic original marker and didn’t care for the tips of the marker too so I changed the tip. Copic has a brush tip nip replacement. It has a metal adapter already placed around the brush tip so that it’ll fit into the original marker perfectly! So now it feels like I’m coloring with a sketch marker…so cool. Anyhow….thank you for sharing your BEAUTIFUL card! Have a wonderful day! 🙂

  4. Laura Strack says:

    Love your cupcake! So cute!! That herringbone stamp is awesome. It would be great to use with any type of clothing art i.e. pair of slacks or a tweed jacket. I am crazy about the “She Art” work from Christy Tomlinson and the Doll Stamps from Julie Nutting, so it would be great to use for this type of art. Thank you for sharing your wonderful talent 🙂

  5. Julie Craig says:

    Love this one. Beautiful job.

  6. Gloria T. says:

    I love how you make your cards!!! Especially using copic markers; I have started using these pens and absolutely love them. I especially enjoy how you tell us which numbers (copic markers) are being used to color the images. Thank you so much for demostrating this cute bday card, can’t wait for next week.

  7. Nice card! Like the herringbone bkgrd and the cupcake colors and coloring. TF making the videos. They are helpful. 🙂

  8. Love the cupcake! The herringbone makes me a bit dizzy – – but that could be because I have had so many birthdays! 😀
    Thanks for continuing to create Wonderful Wednesdays!!!

  9. Darlene, you know I am such a big admirer of your work…this, like always is beautiful!

  10. Cathy E says:

    Another wonderful card and coloring!

  11. Your coloring is just amazing! Love this card….the herringbone pattern is such a wonderfully striking background! Great card and very inspirational!

  12. Carol B says:

    Yummy card Darlene!

  13. Margaret says:

    Love the stamps you used Darlene – again, watching you color with copics is great. Your cards are always amazing and I love learning new things when watching how you make your cards. That black square border looks so good, must use that soon.

  14. Penny Laschanzky says:

    wow, that herringbone is so striking! lovely card, wonderful copic coloring. It’s funny how I don’t even do coloring but I just love watching you do it on your videos. You’re so great and I enjoy listening to you explain/teach how to do it! thanks so much, as always!

  15. Maureen Chandler says:

    Great card – love all your special touches. Thanks so much for making these creative videos – wonderful!

  16. Casey Thrush says:

    I just love your art! And the way you do your videos is so great, easy to understand and follow.

  17. Very cute Darlene … great video as usual! I so enjoy all your tutorials. Thank you so much for sharing.

  18. great card, you are such an inspiration to many xx

  19. This is such a cute card. I wish I could afford all those copic markers. The coloring is so pretty. Thank you for sharing!

  20. This is so cute!

  21. What an awesome card! I love cupcake cards…they never fail to make me smile! Love how you made the lines on the liner….never thought to do that!! Thank you!

  22. I love how you added in the crease lines! Very cute card and great video, as always. I am so happy to have found your blog. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    If you have a minute, please check out my latest blog post. You have inspired me to retry watercolor pencils. It is also my first attempt at a video. Not nearly as nice as yours but I am happy with it (after learning so basics in iMovie – whew!) Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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