Hey crafty friends! I needed to make a card for a wonderful friend of mine and reached in my stash of older stamps for this one. Being a huge fan of mythological creatures and dragons, as cute as these, they are at the top of my list.
I am slowly working through my stash of stamps that I had to have and never used, you know the one most of us crafters seem to have. And this set was perfect for the occasion. I started by stamping out all of the images with black ink and coloring with Copic Markers.
Copic Marker Combination
Teal: BG49, BG57, BG45, BG53, B00
On the second blend, I added BG72 in the shadows and BG11 to the highlight areas to create a teal blend.
Pink: RV17, RV52, RV52
Princess: Skin E000, E00, E11, R20
Hair: E30, E33, E31, YR31
Dress: RV17, RV55, RV52
Crown: Y26, Y21, Y02
Clouds: BG0000, BG000, BG01
For the background, I created an ink blended background and a grassy hill using an older die from MFT Stamps. The Snowy Hillside Die-namics is not available anymore but there are several other similar products on the market.
Finally, to complete this card, I added a brown mat to an A2-sized white card base. Next, I layered the background elements using foam adhesive and added a white heat embossed sentiment strip onto the same brown cardstock.
For a little relaxation, I colored the other images in this stamp set to use for another time.
Yellow/Pink Dragon: Y17, Y15, Y13, Y00
On the second blend, I added Y38 to shadow areas
Dot Texture: YR04, YR18
Pink: RV55, RV02, RV00, RV000
Blue/Yellow Dragon: B06, B04, B02, B01, B00
YR15, Y02, Y00
Purple/Green Dragon: V17, V15, V12, V01
Thanks so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!
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