Saturday, January 30, 2016
ODBD ~ Wishing Well ~
I love to color. And with the popularity of adult coloring books, many other people must love to color too! I don't have the time I once did to color images. But when I do, look out! I will be hunched over my desk for hours! **and my back loves to tell me about it**
Today, I have an image to share from Our Daily Bread Designs' Wishing Well set. I stamped the image on Copic compatible paper, colored it and used a few dies to frame it.
I started with a deep navy card stock base and trimmed the DP (Christian Faith Paper Collection) slightly smaller for my mat. I also cut another panel, also slightly smaller with white card stock. I used the Leafy Edged Borders Die to create a wave border and slightly offset the white panel to create an area for my die cut sentiment. After coloring my image, I used the Circles Die to cut it out and used a soft blue ink and scalloped punch to create a cloudy sky. I pulled out the coordinating Double Stitched Circles Die and created a mat layer with the dark navy paper.
I love using dies for my sentiment! So fun!
Here are the items you see on today's project.
Copic colors - YG13, YG17, C1, C3, C5, C7, E31, E35, E25
Inks - Memento Summer Sky, Tuxedo Black
Card Stock - SU Night of Navy, Georgia Pacific White
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