I let her pick the Polka Dot Orchard stamp set, a color palette and a sketch. For the stamp set she picked Wander Often.
For the color palette she chose The Color Throwdown 563.
And for the sketch she chose Freshly Made Sketches 404.
I'll show you my finished card and then I'll get to all of the details.
I started by printing the fish out onto vellum paper and cutting it down to a smaller size.
I flipped it over to work on the back side. I find this to be the best method when I want to color on vellum with Copic markers. Here is what it looked like on the BACK when I was finished coloring.
And here's what it looks like from the FRONT.
The Copic colors I used are V17, RV19, 17,14 and RV09.
I looked through my paper stash and couldn't find anything with just the right colors so I made my own plaid background. I love to make plaid backgrounds with Copic markers and it doesn't take that much time to do. Grab a piece of cardstock, a ruler and your Copics. I used the same Copic colors as above but added in YG17.
Isn't it pretty?? I have all of the basic pieces so let's get to building a card!
I cut the plaid piece down to 5 1/2" x 5 1/2". I glued it onto a 5 1/2" sqaure card base made out of 110lb Neenah Solar White. I cut the vellum piece down to a 4" square. I used a liquid glue behind some of the darker coloring to add it to a 4 1/4" square piece of white cardstock. I then glued the white layer down to a piece of purple metallic cardstock. I applied foam tape to the back of the whole panel and adhered it to the plaid paper.
I printed the "Celebrate you" sentiment from the same stamp set onto white cardstock. I cut it out with an oval die. I cut another piece of white cardstock using a scalloped oval die slightly larger than the sentiment oval. I colored the scalloped oval with the YG17 Copic to help tie in the green from the plaid piece. I put foam tape on the back and added it to the card.
For the finishing touch I added purple, pink and green sequins.
This is the first time I have worked with the Wander Often stamp set and I love it! I have had a blast working with Kirsty and want to remind you to go check out her take on this. You can find her blog HERE.
Have a fabulous day!
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