Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge :)
Victorian Frippery. I inked up one of the images from Text-It with Memento Desert Sand ink followed with randomly stamped various sized roses and leaves from Roses in Bloom. Using the Copic marker combination shown in the photo below, I outlined the images rather than coloring them in solid. What do you think? I think I like the softer look of the transparent flowers. Something different :)
The Play Date Cafe.
One of the unique features about Spellbinders™ die templates is the ability to cut, emboss & stencil all with one die! This gorgeous lil' butterfly is a perfect example of how easy these three techniques are to accomplish.
Copic markers used for this card:
If you find some crafty time, please feel free join along with this week's sketch challenge. After you have made your project, please head on over to the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge site, link your post & be sure to see what the other Waltzingmouse DT girls & Mischief Makers have created. If you post your creations in an on-line gallery, please label it WMSC19 so we won't miss them! Note: you may use any stamps of your choice in our challenge entries. Of course, we love to see what you create using Waltzingmouse Stamps images, but they are not required to play.
***Please be sure to upload all of your Waltzingmouse Stamps cards/projects in the Gallery.
REMEMBER: Tomorrow, Sunday, October 17th, 3:00 AM Eastern Time I will be waltzing along with the Friends of Waltzingmouse Stamps October Blog Waltz sharing an Autumn/Fall themed project! Hope to see you then :)
Stamps: Waltzingmouse Text-It, Roses in Bloom, Victorian Frippery
Die Templates & Machine: Spellbinders™ Shapeabilities® S4-081 Tags Five, S3-146 Butterflies Two, GC-001 Grand Calibur