Sweet Bouquet

Hello, everyone! Hope you are having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today sharing an anniversary card with you!

I colored the beautiful Sweet Bouquet image using Copic markers and added camouflaging Mega Confetti Numbers to it. I used the Mega Confetti Numbers coordinating dies as standalone dies and it worked great!!! Let’s take a look!

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To start off I stamped the Sweet Bouquet in a light ink on a Neenah solar white paper panel and colored the image using Copic markers. To color the big coral flower I used R20s. The pink flower was colored in RV10, RV21, RV23, RV13 and RV14. For the small yellow flowers I used Y02, Y06, Y15 and Y17.  The leaves were colored in various YG and G colors.

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After I finished coloring the image, I also colored the background in dark navy using Copic B99 and added darker shade using N9. After the coloring was completed, I stamped the stamen in an embossing ink and gold heat embossed them.

Next I cut the numbers using Mega Confetti Numbers coordinating dies from the colored panel and heat embossed the numbers in clear iridescent embossing powder to add some sparkle and shine.

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I splattered white opaque ink on the background of the colored panel and cut it using a Double Pierced Rectangle A2 Nested Die. I mounted the panel flat on a navy cardbase and added the numbers raising them using die cut fun foam numbers.

The sentiment is from Layered Floral Alphas stamp set. I stamped it in True Navy on a strip of white cardstock. I foam mounted the sentiment strip and scattered some Glass Slippers sequins to finish off my card.

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Hope you enjoyed looking my anniversary card today :)! I had a blast coloring the whole panel using Copic markers 🙂 !

Thank you so much for visiting!

Happy crafting!




6 thoughts on “Sweet Bouquet

  1. Michele F says:

    TaeEun, your coloring is impeccable [as always] but coloring the background in navy really makes these gorgeous bouquet pop! You were very daring cutting those numbers! adding the sparkle makes this a really special 25th anniversary card!


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