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!




Alcohol Ink Coloring – Sweet Bouquet

Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s TaeEun here today with a floral card featuring Sweet Bouquet stamp set. As you may know, I love coloring flowers.  The beautiful floral stamps by The Ton are super to color, as they have oft large flower images in the cluster.

For today’s post I colored the floral cluster from Sweet Bouquet stamp set using alcohol ink.

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I stamped the image on an alcohol ink cardstock panel in a light ink to created the background. The stamped image worked as a guide for me while I added alcohol inks on the panel. First I sprayed lots of rubbing alcohol on the panel and dropped Shell Pink and Aqua alcohol ink on it and blended them by blowing using a marker spritzer tool. I repeated the process till I was happy with the result.

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After the background was dry I gold heat embossed the Sweet Bouquet on it. I then colored the image by dropping the ink and moving the panel. Small areas were colored using a micro applicator. I used Amethyst, Purple Twilight, Flamingo and Shell pink for the large flowers. Amethyst, Turquoise for the small flowers and Citrus and Limeade to color the leaves. After the colored panel was completely dry, I splattered lots of Gold Mixative on the whole panel and let it dry.

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I cut the colored panel with a Double Stitched Rectangle die.  I chose a navy cardbase and foam mounted the colored panel slightly tilted on it and cut off the excessive parts over the sides. The sentiment was cut using Hello word die four times from the same navy cardstock I used for the cardbase. I gold heat embossed one of the word die cuts partially and stacked all four die cuts together.  I finished off the card with some Medallion Gold sequins.

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Hope I could brighten your day a bit with my spring-y card 🙂 ! I love the vibrant colors of the alcohol ink!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Wishing you a crafty day!



Floral stamps from Fall 2019 Release

Hello crafty friends!  Hope your September is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with a couple of floral cards I made using two beautiful floral stamp sets from our Fall Release: Sweet Bouquet and Dahlia Close Up 2. I used two different coloring mediums to make my cards: colored pencils and alcohol ink.

The first card is featuring the beautiful Sweet Bouquet .

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I stamped the Sweet Bouquet image on a toned gray paper panel in a white pigment ink. I left the stamp in my MISTI to use it later after coloring. I colored the image using Prismacolor colored pencils. I prefer Prismacolor pencils to Polychromos, when I use colored paper. I used lots of white and bright colors to cover the gray paper.

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After the coloring was completed, I stamped the bouquet again in an embossing ink and heat embossed the outline image in white. I cut the panel using a Double Stitched Rectangle die and mounted it flat on a white cardbase.

The sentiment from the same stamp set was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock and foam mounted onto the card. I finished off the card with a few clear Dew Drops.

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For the second card for today I colored the gorgeous Dahlia Close Up 2 using alcohol inks.

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To make this card I started off by stamping the image on an alcohol ink cardstock panel in a light ink. It helps me to choose the right color while I’m roughly adding alcohol inks to the panel. I dropped and blended Purple Twilight, Raspberry, Flamingo and Shell Pink where the large Dahlia flower is and added Slate to the area where the leaves are. I used rubbing alcohol to blend the inks.

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After the panel was dry I silver heat embossed the image with the help of MISTI. I then started to add more colors onto the image. I used the same colors mentioned above and micro applicators to add darker shades on the petals and leaves.

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After all the colors were dry I mounted the panel flat on a white cardbase. The sentiment was cut using Hugs word die from Glossy Fine Silver adhesive glitter paper and from some white cardstock. I stacked them together and adhered it on the card. The last finishing touch was some Glass Slippers Round Confetti sequins.

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I was quite happy with the results 🙂 ! Hope you enjoyed looking my cards today!

Thank you so much for stopping by!