I started this card for the SCS Free for All Friday Challenge F4A118 of 'Feeling Hot Hot Hot' from just over 2 weeks ago where you were to use Hot Pink somewhere on your project, but just finished my card today....have had a loved one in hospital and only got home yesterday. Anyway, here is the link to the deets on the challenge: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/fo...a-t554660.html
I used 3 different Penny Black stamps to create my scene: the bunny/bird are from the Garden Friends clear set, the butterfly is from the Critter Party clear set and the sentiment is from the Tiny Wishes clear set. I did actually stamp the butterfly twice: once on the cardstock base and again on a piece of scrap cardstock which I cut out and popped on top of the base image to give it a little dimension. I drew in the dotted lines with a Zig Millenium .005 black pigment ink pen.
All the images were coloured with Prismacolor + Derwent Coloursoft pencils plus OMS. I added Kindyglitz Crystalina glitter glue to the flowers and the butterfly's wings.
I lightly chalked around the image with Kaisercolour blue chalk for the sky and green chalk for the grass.
I made my own pink glitter cs for the sparkly heart next to the sentiment by using the same colour pink cs layer and rubbing a small section of it with a Versamark pad then poured on some Polysparkle clear ep then heat-set it. Then all I had to do was punch 2 hearts (I have a double layer of hearts just to add a bit of extra-dimension) using a Martha Stewart Looped Hearts edge punch (they are the leftover punchies after using the punch).
The white lacey frame was made using a Marianne Craftables die (I cut the inside square with a craft knife) and the large white square scallop frame was made using a Go Kreate Scallop Square die.
I ran the pink cs through my Big Shot using the Crafts Too Sweet Flowers ef but by the time I cut it to just the size I wanted and corner-punched it, you could barely see the embossing! Oh well......it adds a teeny-tiny bit of texture I guess.......
I will be giving this card to my DD for her 9th birthday in July.