I didn’t know what a winter anemone was – but I’m so glad I googled it! White with delicious blue centers…..so very pretty. So I decided to get out black paper – yep, I’m strange that way!
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In the Colored Pencil Jumpstart class, there’s a lesson with more detail – but basically use the white pencil to color the highlights first, then color over it with the other colors. If you test out your colors on black you can figure out which colors are too opaque to use for this or not.
Popping the panel with dimensional adhesive gives the card a little more oomph…I let just a 1/4″ of the card base to show, coordinating the colors with the flowers.
I also love that Julie’s Totally Random Sayings Vol. 1 have such fun sentiments in them. Lots of fun for cards!
I used the same sentiment on the Copic version – background is airbrushed:
- Winter Anemone, Honey Bee Clear Stamps
- Winter Anemone, Honey Cuts Dies
- Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps, Totally Random Sayings Vol. 1
- Lawn Fawn Ink Pigment Pad, Yeti
- Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils: Set of 150
- Hero Arts Embossing Powder, White
- Hero Arts Embossing Gun
- VersaMark Ink Pad
- Powder Tool Adhesive Deactivator