I came across this cool technique called Traced Doodling from Splitcoast Stampers, and I wanted to try to try out. You can find the instructions here. It such a cool technique and I think it looks great with the Wildflower Meadow background stamp. Can you tell I love this stamp!
I inked up the Wildflower Meadow stamp with our white craft ink pad, and once it is stamped onto Sahara Sand, it creates a nice subtle background. Sahara Sand is such a nice light color. I used our Watercolor Pencils to trace around the image (very slowly). Can't believe they are being retired as well! I haven't tried this technique with our markers yet, but I'm sure it will also work. I once again used our Banner Greetings hostess stamp set for my sentiment. Told 'ya I would be using this set a lot, lol.
Hope you have a great Sunday. If you're browsing through the new Annual Catalog, what will you be ordering first?
Thanks for stopping by today, until next time!
Very fun fold Kathya! Excellent way to show off that new stamp :)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful card! I absolutely loved the colour combo you created for us this week and that stamp set is definitely on my (very long!) wish list. I've enjoyed playing along with Sunday Stamps and now I am excited to be joining you on the Design Team. Going to be lots of fun!ReplyDelete
Pretty card, Kathya! I love the white coloring with pink outlines. I also like the unique card opening. Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Lovely technique you've demonstrated here, and it looks great with the summery colours from SSC51. Thanks for your comment on my entry for this colour challenge. I hope to play along again at Sunday Stamps.ReplyDelete
What a cool technique and love the unusual fold!ReplyDelete