So happy you stopped today! I'm sharing a card made with lots of fun Rubbernecker Stamps products.
I started this one by die cutting the largest of the Deckle Rectangle dies from white cardstock. Next I stamped the Grunge Frame in Cocoa onto the panel using my Misti. When inking up the frame, I avoided the leaves in the bottom left corner of the card. After stamping the brown color, I inked up the leaves and a few other spaces in green and stamped over it again for a two tone look. Next, I took one of the smaller rectangles and cut the center from the frame. I did this so I could pop up the outer piece and create some dimension by placing the middle piece back into the center.
I love that it gave it a little bit of dimension while still allowing me to have a "white" card front. Of course, I had to add some shimmery watercolor splatters in pink and brown!
I stamped the Butterfly #7 outline in Ranger Archival Ink onto watercolor paper. Then using my Misti, I lined up the solid stamp from this two stamp set and using a piece of foam, I added ink to the stamp placing each color where I wanted it, gave it a spray of water and then stamped it over the black outline. I did each color separately to be sure to have some contrast and that the colors didn't all just run together. And lastly I added a little bit of deeper color in some places using my Zig Clean Color Markers and a little water. When it was dry and added to the card, I applied some Liquid Glass to the butterfly's body for dimension.
I built my sentiment using part of a sentiment from the Fox stamp set along with this beautiful Smile die. I fussy cut the stamped sentiment and cut the Smile four times and stacked them to be sturdy enough to be suspended across the framed area. I used Nuvo drops for my dot. To finish I added sequins in green, pink/purple, and orange.
Finished! And I'm playing along over at Simon Says Stamp's Wednesday Challenge which is Anything Goes and Simon Says Stamp's Monday Challenge which is Frame It!
I hope you enjoyed your stop and that you'll come back again soon!
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