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Been a bit busy catching up with my DT projects and today I am posting my DT card featuring one of the new Releases for April from The Crafty Pad .
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My card used this cute little Watering-can and flowers and I chose green and lilac as my main colours.
I use my Tombow Markers because they are water-based and I can colour my digi images without smudging the black outlines or transferring printer ink onto my Copics nibs. ( that's the problem with an ink-jet printer) Using a few patches of colour on an acrylic block, mix in some water and depending on how 'dark' you want your colour, you can layer the colour onto your image , deepening the shadows bit by bit until you get the colour depth you want. I think it gives that nice 'water-colour' feel to the finished project. The image was matted to a green gingham scalloped piece of card and popped up on some dimensional adhesive pads.
My card is an A5 white cardbase, a white doilly cut to fit, a strip of purple from my stash and piece of lighter lilac card stock and some hand made flowers. A few 'leaves' cut from green mulberry paper and die-cut gold flourish completes the embellishment.
Digi Image: Flowers and Watering-can - The Crafty Pad
Card-stock: Papermania - Soothing Heather Capsule Collection
Paper doilly, ribbon,
its gorjuss angela, love it xxReplyDelete
Lovely so sweet love the watering can and flowers :)ReplyDelete
Really pretty, I love the way that you have coloured the watering can, just brilliant!ReplyDelete
A beautiful card Angela, and totally stunning colouring, as always! ;)ReplyDelete
Hugs, Ali x