Stamped flowers, colored with copics, fussy cut just a section of the flowers, reinforced the outline edges with black marker,
Adhered flowers to black cs with a thin strip of glitter cs (as shown), and popped this diagonal panel up onto the card front. The fussy cutting took patience (also adding the dimensional tape) but it was worth it!
Registered: July 9, 2008 Location: Stars Fell on Alabama Posts: 66685
Sat, Oct 19, 2019 @ 1:39 PM
Great design, beautiful coloring AND card.
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Registered: March 20, 2008 Location: Hamilton, Ontario Canada Posts: 602
Sat, Oct 19, 2019 @ 2:27 PM
I love how the bright colors of your leaves and flowers really pop against the black and white of your card. Putting black behind your card also is so effective. I so appreciate learning from such talented and experienced artists like you, not only in terms of cardmaking, but also how to set up a photo of your card to make it really stand out, I am impressed!!!
I also love the white gel pen details as well as the strip of glitter cardstock, both elements really add a great deal to the overall effect of your stunning card. Having your stamped sentiment in vivid black on white really reinforces this overall concept and effect. WOW, SO very well done!!! Thank you again for all that you have taught me just by seeing your wonderful work of art.
I am typing this with one hand, my other is in a splint after breaking my wrist in an accidental fall plus surgery and tons of rehab for many months and now wearing a splint 12 hours a day. I cannot craft yet but I can look and learn, hopefully, soon I can create cards again, I cannot wait! All to say that I had to really love a card to have to type this way, and I LOVE this card!