~Georgia Pacific 110# card stock super bright
~Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers (a list of all the pens I used is at the bottom of post)
~Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Since these are clear stamps, I tried using just a regular 2x3 acrylic block. Not big enough. So got out my Cuttlebug C plate and used this. Worked like a charm. Always apply ink to the stamp, not the stamp into the ink. I used a brayer, rolled on a thick coat of ink and rolled across each stamp I wanted to use. Stamped on the GP and got started coloring. Next I fussy cut each image and made an Easter card to share with you.
|If you look closely, I embossed the eggs in the tree.|
Now for a list of pens used...
TREE CG2 & LG5; TRUNK TN7 & TN8; EMBOSSED EGGS; BASKETS CG2,EB1 &2, basket eggs IB2, OR2 & BP5;
SKIN FS1, FS5 & FS6; SHOES TRUE BLACK & IG5; OVERALLS TB4, TN1 & CR7; DRESS PP1, PL1 & PL4; SOCKS HB1; BOY HAIR GB1, CT3 & GB4; GIRL HAIR TN3,4 & 7; HUNTERS LV1, OR2; EGGSPERT CT1, BT2; .
This is called a side step card. Here is the link to Splitcoast Stampers where I found the tutorial http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ I have one more Easter card to share next Saturday and then it's the start of the birthday card marathon.
Have a wonderful week ahead and Bright Blessings, Jana