Monday, April 1, 2019

A scenic background using copic markers and dye inks


Hi there and welcome to another Merry Little Christmas Blog Hop where we create Christmas designs all year long.




Today's card is a scenic background set in an almost rectangle frame. The bottom of the frame has a wavy look to it made by masking off the area.

PRODUCTS USED

Materials used- Neenah Solar White Card stock, Red and white cardstock.

Medium-Copic markers R35, R27, B04,B05, B06, Bo2,B00, B000, YG17, YG03, Y07, Y05, E39,E15

Inkers-Simon Says Stamp dye inks used were Surf blue, Island Blue, Audrey Blue and Cotton Candy.

Image by Art-Kure Ex mount Rubber Stamp- Timeless Britain Collection- Throwleigh, Dartmoor

THE METHOD

The image was stamped in the middle of the cardstock using Wendy Vecchi Black Archival Ink. Using copic markers , I began colouring the buildings first in different colours to give them some interest. Just a slight hint of green was added to the trees and blue to the snowy areas.

Once this was done, I taped around the edges of the cardstock and added the wavy mask which was previously die cut. Beginning with SSS Cotton Candy, I coloured the area around the image. After doing this, I added SSS Surf Blue, Audrey Blue and Island Blue. Now it looks abit green because there was some yellow distress ink on my work surface which I unfortunately did not notice but I still love the look.


After removing the tape, I trimmed the background and adhered it to red and white cardstock, because what is a christmas card without the colours red and white.....


For added interest I stamped a botanical plant 3 times to give the card the illusion of a foreground and background. The sentiment is from Penny Black Collection "Joy and Happiness" and a peppermint red twine adds further sweetness as an embellishment.

Hope you like today's card and I look forward to seeing you back here again.

4 comments:

Kzook6 said...

This is beautiful. Great job

Kzook6 said...

Wonderful job.

Redapple39 said...

Thank you so much!

Redapple39 said...

Thanks a lot!