Simple coloring on digis
So today I am sharing another card that originated a while ago, but I finally managed to write a post about it.
This image comes from our Cascading Florals stamp set which had become very popular when it was released in April 2022. I had colored it in really simple and the panel sat on my desk until recently. I saw so many of my design team members showcasing this set, that at that time I decided to pick something else to share :-)
I have found that I often color multiple images and don't use all of them. These panels will be sitting in a diary or a book or a drawer. Recently, I decided to do something about them and got myself a planner binder with pockets. Let's see how long this system lasts, but so far I am liking it :-)
As usual, I sized it in MS PowerPoint and printed it using a laser printer on Canson mixed media paper. Next, I used one of the slimline rectangle dies from Memory Box to cut out the panel.
The coloring on this card is really basic and it uses the design as a guide - the shaded areas on flowers and leaves are colored in darker shades while the non-shaded ones get the lighter color of the same family. I think I used Copic markers for this one.
This time I just used fun foam to mount it on a card base, added a puffy sticker for sentiment, and sprinkled some gems.
That's all for today. Hope you like the card :-)
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