I wanted to play with my new stamp sets and needed some inspiration so I checked out the Inspiration challenge and found these nails with different shades of turquoise for my inspiration.
This is a very quick panel to create unless you take the time to watch the effects of the ink during the drying time and I do, it's my time and I can waste it if I want to!
The technique: on glossy cardstock scribble with alcohol markers using lighter shades as you go up the panel. Add drops of the blender solution from the bottle to create the watermarks then stamp on the images.
The flower and leaves were embossed using a metal tool. The leaves are attached with Aleene's tacky glue and the flower with a foam pop from Scrapbook Adhesives.
Copics: flower - Y38,35,32 and YG04 for center dots, background panel - BG07,05,02,01
Images: Stampin Up Gorgeous Grunge, Flower Shop
Paper: Bazzill - white textured, Beckett Expression - Radiance for leaves and flower, Stampin Up - Tempting Turquoise, Taken With Teal, unknown glossy
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black, Stampin Up - Taken With Teal, Tempting Turquoise
Embellishments: Recollections - Enamel Dot Stickers
Cutting Tools: Stamping up - Pansy Punch, Sizzix - Little Leaves die, Perfect Layers Mini for cutting border mats
Other tools: Perfect Tears - center zero feature to place the dark turquoise panel evenly from top to bottom of the card
Embossing Folder: Stampin Up - Square Lattice
If you'd like to see a close up of the flower and stamped panel check out my blog link HERE.
Date: Saturday, April 5, 2014 GMT Views: 838