Today is Day 1 of #thedailymarker30day Coloring Challenge!! Yeah!! I hope I can do it this time.. I'm going to try really hard, but am worrying about this upcoming week because my son and a good friend are both flying in and will be here for the whole weekend. I'll try and sneak away while the guys talk golf, hunting and fishing!
It's funny that my Day 1 card happens to use the same coloring as my Day 1 card did from the last challenge ~ haha~! I inked up a watercolor paper panel with some Distress Inks, then spritzed it with water ~ what a fun background that takes little to no effort.. the water and distress inks do all the work for you.
I started my card by inking up a piece of Watercolor paper with some Distress Inks. I used them in this order: Stormy Sky, Salty Ocean and then Blueprint Sketch. Afterwards I spritzed it with water and laid a paper towel on it to dab up the excess water. I think it's such a cool effect and so easy.
I then stamped the birds with Versafine Black ink and colored them with Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens ~ they are SO much fun to use ~ such pretty colors!
I used this week's Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge #455: MOJO455 I scribbled the measurements on the print out of the sketch.
These are all the goodies that I used for my card: ~ Supply list below:
card stock: Neenah White Card Stock (card base). Black, MFT Yellow and Orange, Canson XL Watercolor Paper, Bristol Smooth Card stock
pattern paper: Lawn Fawn Perfectly Plaid
stamps: Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine
ink: Versafine Black, Zig Clean Color Real Brush Pens (45, 47, 50, 52 and 70), Distress Inks (Stormy Sky, Salty Ocean and Blueprint Sketch)
accessories: Scor-Buddy, Water Spritzer Bottle, Lawn Fawn Hello Sunshine Lawn Cuts Dies, MFT Circle Stax Die-namics, MFT Pierced Circle Die-namics, MFT Fishtail Flags Stax, Distress Mini Ink Blending Tool and Foam Tape
thanks for looking ~
have a great airborne day!
God Bless All Our Military.. each and every one of them
DISCLAIMER: Some of the products I use have been provided by Tupelo Designs LLC. However, my opinions of the products are my own.