Yesterday's card used kind of drab colors and you can see I went to the extreme opposite for today's post. I loved this "stitched" paper I found in my stash and that was the inspiration that drove the bright color choices. I also am playing along with the Touch Twin Marker Challenge this week. ShinHan Touch Twin Markers have been popping up everywhere I turn lately. I used a few on my card for today. I can honestly say, I don't find any difference in how they color compared to a Copic Marker.
Here are the Markers I used. Copics and ShinHan Touch Twin markers. You can see on the bottom layer of the image, I just did some rough one tone coloring on the image so that if you looked under the popped image you wouldn't see a naked edge.
I popped the second flower image up using foam tape. I added Crackle Accents to the cup area, giving it a little shine and a little texture. Finished card size is an A2 (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") and opens tent style at the bottom.
- Stamps: #2141 Teacups and Roses by Lockhart, Sentiment from Botanical Bookplates by Flourishes
- Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Onyx Black
- Paper: DP by Bo Bunny, Neenah Classic Crest Solar White, Hot Pink Card Stock
- Other: Copics, ShinHan TT Markers, Bow Easy Tool, Ribbon by May Arts, Piercing Tool, Spellbinder's Circles, Spellbinder's Rectangle Nesties, Perfect Layers Rulers