This is the slimline version of the card. I found a great windmill stamp to use on the background, which is blended with Mowed Lawn, Wilted Violet, and Chipped Sapphire Distress Oxide inks.
The windmills are the perfect accent for this big fella!
He colored up pretty. easily and quickly with Copic markers. I followed the artist's guidance for the shading.
This is one of the many awesome sentiments in this stamp set.
And another one on the inside.
This is the 5x7 version. I only used one windmill image, and added glow in the dark green apple Nuvo Crystal drops. And fussy cut the sentiment.
I am telling you, these sentiments are all winners!
I got a little carried away with the videos. I have another one to share!
I love this ethnic Rosie the Riveter style stamp: #Girlboss Faith. I do apologize for the messed up coloring. I was adding the finishing touches with a black Gelly Roll pen, and it smeared! So sad! It was already glues together.
I was going with some bright, but somewhat autumnal, colors. After I colored this lovely lady with Copics, I did a quick fussy cut. The background is the created using the Painted Dots Turnabout. from Concord and 9th. The sentiment is from another Picket Fence Studios set: Because.
I finished this card off with one of the sentiments from the set, and a scrap of the Painted Dots background.
If you are interested in the supplies I used, I have provided links below.
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