The background here was created by dry embossing white cardstock, turning over & coloring the raised images on the reverse side. I used copic markers with a very light hand. Some colors bleed better than others; strangely the lighter colors worked better for me. The original side will be a more muted effect than the colored side, but both look great as backgrounds. I used the muted side for a softer effect on my card.
The ribbon has been colored with copics to match. Swished a copic marker across the die cut heart for a lined effect. Flower on the heart is a die.
This fits the F4A challenge as I have way more than 4 flowers in my background.
Date: Friday, June 7, 2013 GMT Views: 2619
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen Alumni Creative Crew SU Design Team Alumni
Registered: May 8, 2003 Location: Xenia. Ohio Posts: 6164
Sat, Jun 08, 2013 @ 5:27 AM
Oh this is just TOOOOO darling!
------------------------------ Mary Brown aka stampercamper - Senior Supervisor
Team Member of CREATE with Connie and Mary
Check out my BLOG at http://stampercamper.com
Creative Crew SU Design Team, Spring 2012 CAS Design Team member