Yippee for Yana: Kaleidoscope Coloring

Yippee for Yana Cardmaking Feature

Hi friends! Happy Thursday, August 31st, and STAMPtember® eve! Are you ready for a month full of STAMPING fun?!?! To top off August, we’re ending with a fabulous edition of Yippee for Yana with special guest Yana Smakula where she shows us a cool technique of Kaleidoscope coloring with our exclusive Kaleidoscope Background stamps. Be sure to watch the video for more information and enjoy!

Yippee for Yana: Kaleidoscope Coloring

Yippee for Yana: Kaleidoscope Coloring

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Yippee for Yana: Kaleidoscope Coloring

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  1. I thought embossing powder ruins the tips of Copic markers? Wouldn’t it have been better to stamp it with a light ink, color it and then emboss the paper?

  2. When I first looked at Yana’s interpretation, I thought that it was interesting, but I didn’t want this stamp because the pattern made my eyes hurt!!Then I watched the video – total change of opinion – love this stamp!! Thanks, Yana.

  3. Gorgeous card, Yana! I love how you coloured this stamped background and also how you added the Nuvo glaze.

    Question… Could Glossy Accents be used as a substitute for the Nuvo glaze?

    I always enjoy your beautiful cards and informative videos, thank you!

  4. I love the card!!! It’s so beautiful and the color combinations are totally endless and the coloring mediums as well!!! That stamp is now on my my wishlist :) hahahha!! Love It! Want It!! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

  5. GROOVY and GORGEOUS!
    … my MISTI has renewed my love of heat embossing, now I look forward to combining my precious Copics with COOL designs and having CREATIVE ADVENTURES :)

  6. Those background stamps set the stage of an awesome card. Not sure I can trust myself to use copics with embossing, but the result is super pretty :)

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