Copics Alcohol Ink Markers Used
Skin Tones: E000, E11, R20
Hair: C3, C5, C7, Opaque White Ink
Clothing , wings and accessories: BG000, BG32, BG34, BG57 and CB
Ground: W3, W0 Background: C0, B0000 (Copic faux watercolor), Opaque White Ink
Tip #1 Using a Colorless Blender in a "dabbing" method
will give a whimsical, transparent look to the wings.
Tip #2 My card is a 4.25 in x 5.5 in (fits an A2 envelope).
As you can tell from my card,
the stamp is a good size -measuring in at approximately 3.84 in x 3.8 in.
If you want space on your card to allow your designer paper to show or
if you want more space to embellish your card,
partially paper piece the image so the wings extend from the mat on the focal image.
The size of this stamp makes it wonderful for cards, 3-D projects and scrapbooks. The size is great for newbies to alcohol ink markers - There is plenty of room to color and practice blending!
I am linking this card with the following challenges:
Make It Monday - Anything goes
Inspire Me Friday - Anything Goes
Always Crafting - Fairies or Mermaids
Aww Moment for the Day
That's all I have for today, but stop back on
Thursday for my post for the Outlawz: Twisted Thursday!