The flowers were coloured with pink pirouette and old olive Stampin' Blends, then accented with my sweet sugarplum marker. Lightly drawing around the silhouette with Sahara sand or (as in this case) soft sky marker creates a natural shadow and makes the bouquet 'pop' visually out from the paper. Try not to look at the crookedness of my white layer - when this happens in class, we always say "That's how you know it's been lovingly hand made and not mass produced". Well, that's my excuse anyway, and I'm sticking with it!
- stamps - Lots of Lavender (SAB), Lovely Inside & Out
- card - sweet sugarplum, basic black, whisper white
- other - Stampin' Blends, markers, Stamparatus, Dimensionals, white embossing powder, heat tool
Here's a video of the hinge step stamping technique:
This is the same technique I used on my 'sneakers' card here. Thanks for stopping by.