Comic Strip Card – Tutor Technique!

This is a technique that I have been wanting to try for some time now, ever since I saw this fabulous card and video by Sandy Allnock.  (Thanks yet again for more wonderful inspiration).  I had this card published by the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine and was lucky enough to make the cover too!

Birdie Birthday - Detail

Birdie Birthday

So glad you could stop by, I’ll be back in a couple of days with another video!

Therese signature 2

Other Supplies:  Copics – 0. B000,02,21,24. BG10,11,13,15. YG00,03,11,17,21. V15. BV02. R22. W7. G40,99. Y11,13,17,21. YR04,18.

26 thoughts on “Comic Strip Card – Tutor Technique!

  1. Oh Therese … good on, you!! I’m so proud of you! This is a darling card … and such a fun technique! I’m heading over to see Sandy, right now!
    =]

  2. Ohhwow Therese this card is so cool, I love it. So have to try this, brilliant, beautiful colouring tooo. As soon as Im well I wil try or at least add to my list.

  3. Back again, so meant to say congrats in being in the magazine and on the cover, your talent got you there kiddo, no luck entailed. Your so very artistic and it shows.

  4. Ohhh, this card is so fun and totally one in a million! Congratulations for being published and making the cover too.
    Thank you for stopping by and leave a comment!

  5. Such a fun card, Therese! This is the perfect stamp set for this technique, and I love your details! CONGRATS on getting the ‘Cover’ spot, too…you are so deserving!

  6. Dang girl! Huge congrats on the cover as well as the inside. Very, very cool!! But it’s rather easy to see why ACSP would want this on it’s cover — it’s utterly and fantastically incredible. Hoping you post a video of this; I’ve spent at least 10 minutes examining the details. You have mad, mad, mad skills!!! Love this. Congrats again!! : )

  7. Congratulations, Therese … what a brilliant card … no surprise it was published … and that it made the cover (of course it did, it’s awesome!)! Need to go over and check out Sandy’s link to found out how this is done! Hugs, Anita 🙂

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