Today's card is being entered into the following challenges:
LAWN FAWNATICS CHALLENGE 74 – CARD SKETCH
STAMPlorations April Stencil Challenge
Arty Divas Challenge #19
Try It On Tuesday Have Fun with Stencils
Unicorn Challenge #53 Furry Friends
Today is the 8th day I am participating in The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge! I have found it to be great motivation to work on my coloring. Have you had a chance to play along?
For today's card, I took the sketch from Lawn Fawn and flipped it. I stamped 2 dogs and then created a stencil for 2 hearts to go above them. That way I was able to stay true to the sketch. For the dogs, I used colored pencil. Then I blended them out using a Fantastix and baby oil. If you are unfamiliar with the technique, I have a video on how I do it here. As for the dogs shadows, I used an alcohol marker for that.
For the grass and the sky, I used a couple of other homemade stencils. The sky was placed above the part that follows the sketch. And to separate the sketch part from the sky, I have a die cut banner. The banner was actually extended as it is much shorter. As for the sentiment on the banner that was heat embossed. Distress Inks and Oxide Inks were used in this card. So I used a water bottle to activate them. The ink for the clouds used a section of a sponge. While the grass and the hearts used 2 different Amazon makeup brushes.
|Stamps: Lawn Fawn Critters at the Dog Park|
|Paper: CTMH White Daisy, Black|
|Ink: CTMH Archival Black, VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Mowed Lawn, Distress Oxide Broken China, Candied Apple|
|Accessories: Prismacolor Premier Blush Pink, Mineral Orange, Burnt Ochre, Terra Cotta, 50% Warm Grey, 70% Warm Grey, 90% Warm Grey, Ranger White Embossing Powder, homemade stencil (MFT Grassy Edges, SU! Rainbow Builder Framelits, Echo Park Create Photo Card), Fantastix, Amazon makeup brush, CTMH Round Sponge, Amazon makeup brush, Spectrum Noir Dull Green TriBlend™ Marker, MFT Stitched Sentiment Strips Die-namics|
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