Enhancing Stamped Images on Coloured Paper

Hello lovelies,

I love taking my time to colour in stamped images; carefully adding layer upon layer of colour to create depth. Oooof! It feels so good once it’s done!

BUT, let’s be real, sometimes I just cannot be bothered and in those times I want a hack to get me that look with a fraction of the effort.

I started by stamping my chosen image straight onto some coloured cardstock, with Versamark ink so that I could heat emboss it with Super Fine White powder by WOW!

I used pencil crayons to add some depth of shadows into the nooks & crannies of where the petals meet. I added some white over each leaf, then I added green over the top.

I added a very light white highlight to the outer ends of the petals, and between this highlight & the shading it completely changes the look of the flowers.

In this photo I have finished one of the flowers and I think you can really tell the difference!

Once I had done all of the flowers, I added some white gouache splatters and some dew drop embellishments.

I added some more green in the glitter die cut scripty happy by Lawn Fawn and I offset that with a blocky style ‘birthday’ on a small piece of vellum.

That’s it for this card; I just added it onto a 7×5 white card blank.

Thank you for stopping by today, if you’re new here I’d love it if you could follow my blog and maybe even check out some of my other social media links.

  • Hobbycraft Purple cardstock
  • Hobbycraft Glitter cardstock – Green
  • Unbranded Vellum
  • Versamark ink
  • WOW! Superfine embossing powder – White
  • Staz-on ink – Black
  • Daler Rowney Gouache – White
  • Black Widow colouring pencils – Purple, White
  • Faber Castell Polychromos colouring pencils – Green
  • Gina K designs x Hero Arts – Friendship Blooms stamp set
  • Lawn Fawn – Year 3 stamp set
  • Lawn Fawn – Scripty happy die
  • AlinaCraft – Clear Dew Drops
  • Gina K – Connect Glue
  • Unbranded double sided tape

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