- 1 Image
- 2 Designer Papers
- 3 Embellishments (Bellies or embellies)
How cool is that?! Well I had a lot of fun playing with this card:
That is one of the amazing images by Sarah Kay for Stampavie. This is the first time I've tried stamping (with my Memento Ink in Tuxedo Black) directly onto Designer Paper before coloring with my copics.
Here's a close up so you can see what I am talking about:
That was stamped right on Bo Bunny Gabrielle paper. The other dp is not Bo Bunny. Granted, it is more like coloring on Georgia Pacific cardstock if you've ever done that. It soaks up a little more ink and does not blend near as nice as X-Press It paper but you can color on it. I was really happy with the final results and always LOVE to find new ways to use my copics.
Here's the copic colors I used:
Here's a close up of my bow that I dyed with my Spun Sugar Tim Holtz Distress Ink by just running the ink pad directly over my seam binding. Then I misted it slightly with my mini mister to get a uniform color.
That's all from me today. Make sure you check the DT Blog tomorrow for more great inspiration from our marvelous team!!
Ohhhhh bloggger!! Will you please give me back a scroll bar while posting? Oh well, I guess I can learn to do with arrow buttons but I've got to admit, I do like the new look. Just takes a bit to learn to navigate. Does anyone know what that little box with the graph means next to how many comments each post has had (while in your dashboard)? You would think it means visits to that post but it can't be or it is just not accurate because it is usually lower in number than comments.