To make this card, I first stamped the flower with Ranger's Archival waterproof ink pad, using a second generation image. Then I painted the blossom with Rerra Cotta, Rust, and Buttercup using the water brush, and the leaf and stem with Oregano and Pesto and a drier paint brush.
I masked the flower off in order to use the background stamp, again using a second generation image.
I edged the card with Butterscotch and mounted it onto the Paisley paper that I had inked direct-to-paper with Terra Cotta.
Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 GMT Views: 397
ty both :) i made up over a dozen! using some for packs of cards for the teachers (a little late since school just got out one week ago today!) and some others with a different sentiment/size as birthday cards :)