I have a new card to share today featuring the new Build-A-Flower: Cattleya Stamp Set.
I had so much fun using this set on release day and regretted not filming it. So I whipped this card up which follows the same layout. As you can see, the flowers on this card are colored with Artist Markers. Also, they are popped up instead of being stamped directly onto the card front.
For the flowers, I used the following Artist Markers starting from dark to light:
- R206 Crimson
- R101 Peach Perfect
- R302 Frosty Pink
For the leaves, I used the Green Fields Artist Markers Set.
After I was done coloring the images, I die cut them and started working on the background. For this, I applied a lot of water on the panel and then started dropping in two shades of green. You can watch the process video to see how my background came together.
I wanted to follow the original card where my background was ombre. In this card, I kept the colors a bit more concentrated on the upper portion of the panel and toned it down as I moved to the lower edge.
In the end, I stamped the sentiment and added a few sequins.
You can watch the video below or on YouTube.
Video: Coloring with Artist Markers on Build-A-Flower: Cattleya
I hope you liked my card! Love this new Build-A-Flower: Cattleya Stamp Set!
That is all from my side today.
How fantastic are those colored cattleyas?! Make sure to polish your coloring skill and make the most out of your alcohol markers.
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