The white panel of this card is all one layer. I added quite a bit of shadowing to the dog using Copic markers.
Another interesting thing I did on this card was use Stampin’ Up! Classic inks on clear polymer stamps. I REALLY wanted to have Stampin’ Up! colors for my sentiments, but I always have trouble getting a clear image – the water-based Stampin’ Up! inks are repelled on the clear stamp, making it “ball up”. So, I just stamped it over and over using a stamp-a-ma-jig until I got a solid image. Now, it’s not perfect, but it’s good enough for government work. And my personal cards, lol!
One more thing – I’ve been using Versafine Black Ink with my clear stamps and it is totally amazing!! The image is very crisp every time.
I’m sending this card to my sister because she puts up with all my crazy-talk!
Enjoy the video and have a great week!
- VersaFine Black Ink
- Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Classic Inks: Real Red, Perfect Plum, Garden Green, and Tempting Turquoise
- Tim Holtz Distress Inks: Worn Lipstick and Fired Brick
- Copic Sketch Markers: dog (E13, E21, E27); stem and grass (YG17, YG23); rose (RV13, R29); shadow (C1, C4, 0)