The first day class was about taking a bold image & making a different image with it & then drawing in the details of what you see. I started by looking through my bold Altenew stamps to see if any shapes jumped out at me. I looked through them a few times before I suddenly saw the Peach Tree stamp set different & thought it might work perfect as a hydrangea. After a few tries it did! Once I found the right color markers, It came together. I used the two colors of markers to stamp the two larger parts of the tree in a bunch to look like flowers. I used the same inking more than once.I then added in the leaves from the Painted Flowers set. I covered up quite a bit of the color when I added in the petal shapes with my Copic MutiLiner, but I really think the card turned out great n the end. The background is sponged with Distress inks & then I added some drops of water to get the white spots. I also splattered it with some perfect pearl spray. A video is in the works.
STAMPS: Altenew- Beautiful Day, Painted Flowers, Peach Tree
INKS: VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads- Shabby Shutters, Shaded Lilac, Tumbled Glass, Tim Holtz Distress Markers- Shaded Lilac, Tumbled Glass, Copic MultiLiner .2, Pilot Medium Tip Silver Marker
PAPER: Cryogen White Paper, Recollections Gold Sparkle Paper, Tan Scrapbook Paper, Recollections 65 lb. Black Paper
ADHESIVE: 1/2" ScorTape, Foam Tape
OTHER: Perfect Pearl Mist, Strathmore 300 Series 140 Lb. Cold Press Watercolor Paper, Distress Mini Foam Applicator Tools, Dispress Sprayer Bottle