Sunday, September 2

Autumn sky...


Some of the best stamps for marker coloring are Penny Black florals.
This car is cream card stock that I placed in my Tim Holtz platform and started stamping.
Using Distress markers I started layering the parts of the image with lighter colors first.
The verse (unknown company) was stamped with Distress ink.
Once it was dry I die cut it with one of the MFT Die-namics “Stitched Basic Edges”.
I then applied a piece of dark green card stock to the back of the front of the card.
So my card is...
Ink stamps with markers + Stamping + Die cutting


5 comments:

Mac Mable said...

What a beautiful and stunning card with a fabulous technique. So unique and the water colour effect looks wonderful. Thank you for adding this beautiful card to the gallery at The CAS Mix up challenge X

Loll said...

This is the perfect technique for this beautiful image. I love how you've gone off the edge as well. The colours are so pretty with a nod that fall will be here soon. Love the design with the off-set cut at the bottom and deep green card stock. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

Bonnie said...

This is such a beautiful Autumn card! I love the way you've colored this beautiful flower! Great layout too and the dark green adds wonderful contrast! Thanks so much for sharing with us at CAS Mix Up!

Julia Aston said...

What beautiful coloring on your bloom and stem - these Penny Black stamps are perfect for coloring with markers - thank you so much for joining us in the CAS Mix Up!

Barb Ghig said...

Congrats on your well-deserved win at CAS Mix Up! Gorgeous card!!!