Hello and welcome!!!
I’ve popped in with cute and simple card featuring a few of my favorite stamps from Purple Onion Designs illustrated by super talented Stacey Yacula!
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The project, I created today, is very easy to recreate. To start, I stamped on Strathmore Bristol paper with waterproof VersaFine Onyx Black ink the adorable Zoey (Bunny Reading), the Lantern String, and a piece of Grassy Shore stamp. I colored all the stamped images with water based Tombow markers, making the blending with the small waterbrush from Pentel. Next I fussy cut all the elements with my sharp small scissors, leaving a little white edge around and proceeded with the background.
I took a piece of inexpensive Bristol paper that I had in my stash since this type of paper has a smooth surface that makes the ink blending very easy and inked the sky through the edge of Newton’s Nook Designs Clouds stencil with Spun Sugar, Seedless Preserves and Wilted Violet Distress inks using the blending brushes. Then I flicked a few tiny droplets of a shimmer spray and some white splotches using a plain white gouache. An extended A2 size white card base (5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″) was created from Neenah Solar White paper along with the additional slightly smaller faux stitched rectangle with the die cut circle window in the center. Assembling all the elements together, I glued the sky directly to the card base and them popped the additional white rectangle on top using a foam tape for a bit of dimension. Then I arranged the colored elements and finished with the sentiment stamped from Everyday Blurbs set.
And here’s the complete list of all the markers used by me on this project: N79, 055, 173, 177, 452, 676, 723.
Hope you like this sweet and cute card!!! As always thanks so much for stopping by!