Coloring with Markers
June is a busy month for family birthdays. My niece turned 29 again. I decided to make her a nice card instead of the snarky humorous kind.
Actual Card Size: Portrait Style (5.0" wide and 6.5" tall)
Penny Black: At Grace Cling Stamp (40-680)
Hampton Art Stamps: Once Upon A Time DF2203
Spellbinders: Nestabilities Romantic Rectangles Two (label only) S5-211
Spellbinders: Card Creator 5x7 Mystical Embrace S6-012
EK Success: Heritage Corner Paper Punch
Local King Rubber Stamps' Water-Based Markers (lavender & olive green)
Tsukineko: VersaFine Clair Pigment Ink in Morning Mist (sentiment)
Conqueror Smooth Cover Card Stock in White Diamond (110 lb.)
Hanko Designs: Tsumugi Japanese Linen Paper (90 lb.) in Lavender NC214 and Blue NC210
Tonic: Tim Holtz Stamp Platform
Miscellaneous: flat-backed pearls
Local King Rubber Stamps makes the best water-based markers to color solid stamps with. The markers are very "juicy" and the color does not evaporate right away allowing you time to color your stamp design before pressing onto your card stock. I only used 2 colors. I re-stamped some areas of the flower more than once to obtain the darker shadowing of the flowers. Using the stamp platform allowed me to do repeat stamping without the worry of re-aligning the image on the paper with the actual stamp. Many of the stamps from Penny Black are perfect for this coloring technique.
I used the corner punch to finish the corner edges of the white stamp panel; I didn't want a "stark" white laying on top of the framing die.
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