Happy Friday everyone! Today on our Freebie Friday feature we have another card tutorial for you.

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Everything Is Going To Be Fantastic Card

In today’s video I’m going to show you how to create this Everything Is Going To Be Fantastic card featuring Cas-ual Friday’s Truth Is stamp set and coloring with Copic markers.

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Have a great weekend!

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6 replies on “Freebie Friday: Everything Is Going To Be Fantastic”

  1. Thanks for making this tutorial. this is a very simple and elegant card. I’m not a Copics user, so I would probably do some paper piecing using this same stamp. Always looking for interesting techniques to learn.

  2. I love this simple looking card. I’ll have to get some Copics some day and try my hand at coloring. When I make that move your great tutorials will have shown me the way and get me going. The colors you chose are lovely. Thanks, Andrea, for another great video tutorial.

  3. What a great tutorial. Thank you. It’s no wonder I couldn’t get my coloring to look right. I was always starting with the lightest and then going to the darkest. This web-site is awesome.

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