Good Morning! I have a new Doodle Pantry image to share with you called "Cattail Pond", beautifully illustrated by Laurie Wilson and so versatile for so many sentiments and occasions. This card is also being entered into the "Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenge #76", based on Exodus 8:9-11and the challenge is to use the color green on your project...I've got plenty of that here! LOL For this card, I wanted the image to be the focal point and decided to keep the card minimal in embellishment to not distract from Laurie's beautiful image. I find that coloring water with Copic Sketch Markers are always a challenge, but with the handy Colorless Blender (0) it is easy to create ripples in the water giving it a more realistic look. Pictured below, is the card interior with coordinating papers and design. Click on any photo to view it larger.
Okay, now the deets:
Stamps: Doodle Pantry" Cattail Pond", Computer-Generated Sentiments
Papers & Cardstock: Martha Stewart "Essentials" Paper Pad, Paper Trey White Cardstock
Copic Sketch Markers: Y21 Buttercup Yellow, Y26 Mustard, G20 Wax White, G24 Willow, G40 Dim Green, G94 Grayish Olie, B000 Pale Porcelain Blue, B32 Pale Blue, B42 Powder Blue, BG000 Pale Aqua, E09 Burnt Sienna, E25 Caribe Cocoa, E31 Brick Beige, E33Sand, 0 Colorless Blender
Accents & Tools: Cuttlebug, Spellbinders Label Die, EK Success Corner Punch, Stampin' Up! Dimensionals, Adhesives, Sewing Machine, Thread, Paper Trey Ink "Spring Rain" Polka-Dotted Satin Ribbon, Dress It Up Flower Button, Crochet Thread
Techniques: Digi Printing, Machine Stitching, Copic Coloring & Blending
I'm so glad that you stopped by to visit and just love reading your thoughts. I'll see you back here in a few days!