Tuesday, August 27, 2013

It’s a Match

Hey it’s your girl Queen Pam here for SOC with a copic tip.

I like to use die cuts and or fussy cuts and one of things that I don’t like most of time is that little bit of white that shows when you cut them.

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Often times I will just ink the edges with a black ink pad. Today however I wanted the die cut to appear like it was cut precisely, so my white edge needed to be colored to match.

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So I pulled out my copic swatch ring and tried to find a color that would give me the seamlessness I was looking for.

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I choose B06 to do the job. I like to hold my marker from the back when doing this as it seems that should I slip, the marker slips toward the back of the image and not on top. And that way my image is not ruined or in need of an embellishment.

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Here is how my images turned out. The ball jars look they were cut without a border.

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And here is my final project a group of interactive ATCs for a swap.

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In His Hands,



  1. Amazing! I thought I was looking at a real Mason jar! Great Job!!! :)

  2. Great job. Wonderful tip. I will definitely try this. I've been using my black sharpie for the edges.

  3. Great job, they really do look like a clean cut edge...great post & tip!

  4. What a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I'm so use to edging with ink pads. Nice tip!



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