I’m back to my comfortable style – simple and more empty space! I used Copic markers to color in the butterfly – the blending with these markers is really amazing. I also pulled some color out using a colorless blender marker, which is great for highlighting the parts that would be in the direct line of the light source. You can see how I did it in the video.
I also did some heat embossing with clear powder for the wood grain. When you use clear powder, it creates a glossy, raised appearance on the card in a slightly darker tone because of the Versamark.
I have a friend going through quite a bit of change at the moment, so I thought this card would be perfect for her. Hope you enjoy it.
On a side note… I have gotten a lot of emails and comments from you saying how you are inspired (written very humbly by me here!!) by my posts. I would love to see the cards you make using the layout/technique/whatever that I have posted. Send me a link or a photo! I will post them on my blog under the video.
Have a great week!
- Stampin’ Up! Kraft and Chocolate Chip Cardstock
- Papertrey Ink White Cardstock
- Hero Arts Butterflies Cling Stamp Set
- Stampin’ Up! Flight of the Butterfly Stamp Set
- Stampin’ Up! Woodgrain Background Stamp
- Versamark Dazzle Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Clear Embossing Powder
- 2 Way Glue Pen
- Stampin’ Up! Dazzling Diamonds Glitter
- Memento Rich Cocoa Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Chocolate Chip Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Sponge Dauber
- Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals
- Copic Sketch Markers:
- B21 – Sky
- B24 – Baby Blue
- BV01 – Viola
- BV04 – Blue Berry (this is the dark purple)
- 0 – Colorless Blender