Clean And Simple Love Card With Copics

By | 02/06/2019

I have been a physics teacher for 30 years.  Before that, I worked in a hospital lab for 5 years.  I spent 4 years of college and 2 years of grad school working in labs.

The Cute Chemists stamp and die set from My Favorite Things makes me happy!

It’s adorable and it embraces the nerdy lab girl inside me!

It is also perfect for practicing my Copic coloring!

Clean and Simple Copic Coloring Love Card

I’m entering my card in two challenges this week.

The Just Us Girls Challenge this week is a LOVE challenge.  They said to go where ever the word takes you.  It takes me to the lab with a fun pun!

Clean and Simple Copic Coloring Love Card

The second challenge is the Stamp Ink Paper Challenge which is a Clean and Simple Valentine, so I made sure to keep it to one layer with lot’s of white space.  I did add a few iridescent drops, but honestly the stamp set required them with a bubbling flask!

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Thank you so much for stopping by!  Have a wonderful day and enjoy the fact that the weekend is almost here.

3 thoughts on “Clean And Simple Love Card With Copics

  1. Bobby

    It sounds like this stamp set was made for you, Kim. You’ve colored her beautifully and the ‘bubbles’ were necessary to tie into the sentiment. Thanks for sharing your darling lab girl with us at Just Us Girls.

  2. Tina A Riddle

    Kim, your card is absolutely beautiful! Your coloring is perfect! Thanks so much for joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper for our Love Chalelnge this week!


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