I was working on my video for tomorrow showing how I made the inchies card I shared
I started by making another card the same to give me an idea of the time it would take.
Although I changed the stamp set, the card was more or less the same,
including the size, I didn’t think it was very feasible for a video.
I decided if I made the card smaller, it would work!
I followed the same basic design as the larger
cards but there was something lacking.
Smaller made the card look very bland!
to try a different image but also to introduce some Designer Series
Paper (DSP). Kapow!
image I changed to was flowers from the Touches of Texture Stamp Set.
coloured the image using Pear Pizzazz and Pool Party Marker Pens.
The card still needed something, so I stamped a bee from the Touches of Texture Stamp
Set using Basic Black Archival Ink.
I used a piece of Whisper White
Cardstock, and after I’d fussy cut the bee, I added it to the image.
completed the bee by painting his body using a Daffodil Delight Marker Pen, and then his wings and body with the Clear Wink of Stella Glitter
went back to first card to see if I could improve on it without
dismantling any of it!
The only idea I came up with was to add the cat!
surprisingly, I amended her eyes and made her look really cute! LOL!
coloured the first cat I stamped using my Smokey Slate Marker Pen, as
well as Powder Pink Marker Pen foe her collar, nose and inside her ears.
I stamped another cat, and coloured the body using my Basic Grey
Watercolour Pencil very gently.
I went over it with a Blender Pen, and then
coloured the Powder Pink pieces.
When I’d finished fussy cutting the
cat, I adhered her to the image using Dimensional.
yesterday I found my box of inchies – bought but never used!
photograph, I’ve included a bottle of Tombow which will give an idea of
The four sizes are 1″ x 1″; 1.5″ x 1.5″; 2″ x 2″; 1″ x 2″ and the depth is 3/16″.
I think that’s about it for today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.