Sketch of Roses III
Aren’t Roses utterly breathtaking? This stamp line has a lovely background image approx. size 4 ½ x 5 which lends itself to some many different tech’s, you’ll find this line quite versatile! The delicate Roses are so easy to color in with your fave medium of choice!
For my card, I stamped the large background onto white card stock. Just the section with the Rose wording was stamped again on a smaller piece. I added just a hint of color to the leaves on the large one and used a circle die for the small one. I used a narrow red ribbon to add the loops around the edge and I attached a cardboard circle to the back to keep it all in place. There is a black labels 3 die cut under the circle, but it’s a little hard to see.
I stamped the big rose twice and the small rose once, colored them with a water brush and some dye reinkers then cut them out. A little shading was added with some markers. I used a stylus on the top two to add a little dimension then layered them on top of each other. The sentiment was stamped with red and layered on a red scrap. I made a little vellum envelope to tuck it into. The finished card measures 4.25 x 5.50 (A2).
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stamps: Innovative Stamp Creations – Sketch of Roses III
paper: Neenah white, black, small scrap of red, small piece of vellum (for the envelope)
ink: VersaFine onyx, Adirondack cranberry, Adirondack reinkers in cranberry, red pepper, lettuce, awning green
accessories: Tombow markers, Spellbinders circles & labels 3 dies, narrow red ribbon, stylus