Last night while I was idling away the hours surfing here and there on the computer I ran across a really cool new technique from Jennifer McGuire. It's called "White Outline Copic Coloring". If you go check it out you'll find a video tutorial and also that I've cased her card pretty closely.
My flower image is called Dream in Color and is from the now closed There She Goes Clear Stamps. I stamped it in Memento London Fog ink first and colored with my Copics then comes the white embossing. It's an awesome look, or at least I think so.
The mailman brought me two packages of goodies today and I put some of each to work on this card. The texture on the card was created with a Memory Box stencil and some modeling paste. It was sprinkled with sparkly embossing powder to get the fun blinged up look. I think you can see it better in this picture.
flower--Y35, Y38, YR65, YR68, R35, R37, R43, RV13, RV21, RV25
leaves--G21, G24, G28, G40, G43, G46, YG03
I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Fresh Made Sketches--sketch
Sweet Stamps--anything goes with dry or wet embossing
Sentimental Sundays--dry or wet embossing
Paper--Recollections, Georgia Pacific
Stamps--There She Goes Clear Stamps "Dream in Color", Precious Remembrance Shop "Positive Thoughts"
Ink--Memento London Fog and Bamboo Leaves, Versamark
Tools--Memory Box "Texture Mesh" designer stencil, MFT Die-namics Sentiment Strips
Miscellaneous--Stampendous white embossing powder, Ranger Embossing Bridal Tinsel, Liquitex Modeling paste