13 thoughts on “Cardstock…

  1. What delicious colors Susan! So this paper behaves under you leafy tool like the soft finish does for your flowers?

  2. So excited to follow you on your blog. Do you have a list of the colors or Numbers of the Copic pens you use. I try to write down the numbers/colors during the videos.

  3. Hi Susan

    Thanks so much for this information, it will make things easier for all of us who love making your flowers.

    Enjoy springtime as we are entering our cooler times down under here in Christchurch, NZ. I have a few late rose flowers and have freezers, daffodiyshowing their heads already. And a camellia about to bloom. Crazy weather.

    Look forward to your next tutorial, enjoy England

    Margaret Watson. 💐

    On Sat, 12 May 2018 at 1:57 AM, Susan’s Garden Club wrote:

    > Susan Tierney-Cockburn posted: “Everyone asks…”what cardstock colors do > you use for your leaves and stems?” Well, here is the small selection of > colors by Bazzill/American Crafts. In order, from left to right: Clover > Hillary Rainforest Patch Parakeet” >

  4. Thank you for the info Susan. I have a question regarding a gorgeous background you did featuring a Dinnerplate Dahlia. When you were preparing the background on Vellum you spritzed the alcohol ink but I didn’t know if you spritzed it with water or alcohol. I’m going to try this method out. I absolutely loved this gorgeous card. I have a friend having surgery next week and I think she would love a card like this. Thank you so much Susan. I would so love to meet you to thank you personally for all your instructions and help. You are truly special❣️

  5. Thank you for sharing this with us. I had just started buying all different greens, then looked at them and thought now what ? lol

  6. Thank you so much Susan for taking the time to give us this information. I haven’t been successful in finding the colors but maybe can get some comparable in color from another company.

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