Buildable Woodgrain, Daisy Duet and Bold General Greeting Word die.

Hello Everyone! This is LauraJane:) Stamping a Buildable Woodgrain background is more fun/rleaxing than I thought it would be. Making it my FAVORITE stamp set in the 3rd Anniversary Release!

The Coordinating Daisy Duet Die set provided a quick mask for my A2 sized White card front.TT-DaisyDuet-1-LauraJaneAfter masking off the area that I wanted to place the Daisy Duet stamp, I chose the Ink colors to use for the woodgrain: Ballet Slippers for the main image, Rose Quartz for the splotches images, and Soft Orchid for the broken line images. Once the woodgrain is built on the card front, I like to sponge more color randomly to deepen the hues.

Moving on to coloring the Daisy Duet stamp after inking it up with Crystal Pewter, I got out the Ziggys for some No-Line Coloring. Keeping the stamp in the MISTI so I could re-stamp as needed after coloring and shading. Sometimes the lines of an image disappear when coloring with the zig markers and Re-stamping is a good thing.TT-DaisyDuet-SP-LauraJaneOnce I was happy with the coloring of the card front I wanted to add the DIE CUT sentiment from BOLD GENERAL GREETINGS. I really like the ease of these new die plates!  no need to line up the letters because they are already attached:))

After cutting the birthday from the finished panel, I cut 4 more layers of A2 sized CS in order to POP UP the main panel. Glued them altogether and placed the original cut birthday letters on a card base.

Finished by stamping WISHES in Light Onyx and adding dots in the shadows with an alcohol ink marker.TT-DaisyDuet-2-LauraJaneHope you enjoyed reading how this card came together!


Remember our challenge for the month of February! Cue Word: HEART



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