I love trying out different mediums on different papers – and today it’s dark, rich, colored papers! I layered pencil, then Copic marker, than more pencil.
I don’t have brand names for these papers; a few years back I cut up a bunch of papers into card front size and I’m still working through that stack, so I have no idea what it is – but you don’t want anything with a gloss or sheen to it. Heavier papers tend to work better too. Try out colors on scraps so you know what to expect!
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The colors used for the two cards….the G24 was the last color added to the tulip greens.
Hydrangeas in Bloom is a pretty little stamp! The lines are quite delicate and thin, which is what inspired this card design; it was so thin I thought I could get color variance mixing it with white pen.
Tulips, by Waffle Flower, is a Mother’s Day set but can definitely be used year round – there are other sentiments for the women in your life!
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- Hydrangeas in Bloom, My Favorite Things Clear Stamps
- Tulips, Waffle Flower
- White Prismacolor Pencil
- Prismacolor Hex Chart
- Copic Markers: V04 YG17 B16 YG03 G24 EH – Blick
- It’s All Good by Julie Ebersole, Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps
- Yeti, Lawn Fawn Ink Pigment Pad
- VersaMark Ink Pad
- Powder Deactivator Tool, We R
- White Embossing Powder, Hero Arts
- Heat Tool, WOW