Are you starry-eyed and yearning to express your deepest love to somebody special? Or perhaps you’re looking to use your beautiful Copic Marker and colored pencil artwork for a wedding or to celebrate an anniversary.
Today’s Spotlight card swells and surges with romantic elegance!
Elena teaches bright and cheerful images using Copic Markers and colored pencils in lessons at CraftsForPaws.com.
Like the Vanilla Arts lessons which inspired them, Elena’s C4P tutorials are usually too large for cards. She’s created this Spotlight series of videos to help make use out of your growing stash of amazing oversized class projects.
Join Elena as she demonstrates how to create an inspiring card that your loved one will treasure for years to come!
But first, let’s give you the details about what went into this gorgeous peony coloring project!
Take the Romantic Waves Class:
Elena at Crafts for Paws shows you step by step how to color this beautiful wavy Power Poppy peony stamp with depth and dimension. This class is suitable for intermediate students and it really helps if you’ve taken previous Vanilla Arts classes so that you understand fully the Vanilla Arts methodology and techniques which Elena uses.
Purchase “Big Flouncy Peony”:
Power Poppy has done it again! The exquisite digital stamp used to create such a splash in Elena’s “Romantic Waves” is yet another fabulous illustration by Marcella Hawley. If you would like to add “Big Flouncy Peony” to your digital repertoire, then click here for more information! And while you’re there, why not take a little virtual tour through Marcella’s other fantastic floral stamps?
Watch Romantic waves:
(click below to be taken directly to Elena’s YouTube Channel)
Elena Cazares is a Vanilla Arts student and online instructor with a beautiful sense of color and style. She is a hurricane of positive, creative energy.
Elena runs CraftsForPaws.com, an online shop for Copic Markers and Copic supplies. C4P donates 100% of profits to care for worst-case rescued dogs and cats in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.