ISC Oct Release! Day 1

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Depending on where you live Fall may or may not be part of your season, yet, imagine all the possibilities with this lovely image. How about blending various mediums on your craft sheet and created a unique background? Fall is Near simply, allows your creativity to flow! Fall is Near, lovely as a card or consider putting it in a frame! With Christmas right around the corner, can be used as a manly gift for that special someone in your life!

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns

For my card, I stamped the image with permanent black ink onto watercolor paper.  I used a combination of reinkers and markers to watercolor the image. Highlights were added with a white gel pen.  The lt blue frame was embossed with a Cuttlebug folder and I cut the inside out and attached over the image.  The embossing was highlighted with a white Permapaque pen. Two butterflies were colored, cut out and attached. I used markers directly on the sentiment image before stamping. I added a little outline with a dark  blue gel pen.

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stamps: ISC – Fall is Near, Take Flight
paper: watercolor, lt blue, violet
ink: VersaFine onyx
accessories: Adirondack reinkers, Tombow markers, white & dk blue gel pen,  Cuttlebug Grace’s Frame ef, white
Permapaque pen

8 Responses to ISC Oct Release! Day 1

  1. Julie – BEAUTIFUL! I love what you did with this gorgeous stamp!!

  2. This is stunningly beautiful.

  3. Julie – What a stunning card. It looks so real, I can only inagine what it looks like in person.

  4. Avatar Joan Ervin
    Joan Ervin says:

    Your card is STUNNING, Julie!!!! You have colored that awesome image sooo beautifully and I love how you created the frame!!!!!

  5. oh my word…what stunning coloring…and framing! This is amazing Julie!

  6. Oh my heaven. Another stunner. I love that you share how you create your masterpieces.

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  8. The framing of this delightful image is just awesome Julie!!!!! Amazing!!!!