29 March 2012

CDACPC 14 Oopsie Card

Here is a card I finally made with this one of this round's digital stamps. Please check out the digi stamp challenge over at the CDACPC 14 Progressive Challenge page.

The oopsie part came in when I tried colouring the digi stamp with watercolour pencils. The pencil part turned out fine but when it came time to use my water brush, the ink bled and the paper warped terribly. UGH! Since it's the end of the month I didn't have time to print off another one I tired to doctor it up the best I could so there is all kinds of stuff on this stamp...lol. I used chalks, ink daubers, Copics and regular coloured pencils. The final result is the above which turned out looking more Autumnal so I chose paper and cardstock with those colours as well. 

Of course I used Distress Ink in Old Paper all around the edges of everything on the card to get the colours to blend together. The 2 paper prints I used were created by me in Photoshop. One is a large damask pattern and the other is a fine plaid. (Keep an eye out for these plaid papers tomorrow which will be a nice freebie for you...in 35 different colours....more to come on that as well!)

The scalloped card and the inner scallop frame were cut out on my Silouette machine, finishing with a raffia bow, flower coloured to match with a mix of ink to get the right shade and a sentiment that came with a set freebie from a craft magazine which of course was coloured in my me to match using the pencils. I have a card ready to give this coming Fall...lol.


Digital Stamp - Ike's Art
Tannish brown and burgundy cardstock from DCWV Naturals Stack (12"x12")
Plaid & Damask papers in beige tones designed by me and printed on my Inkjet printer.
Distress Ink in Old Paper
Raffia (from my stash)
Paper flower - Mulberry Crafts UK
Sentiment - freebie from crafting magazine
Silouette SD Cutting Machine and scallop shape create by me.
Derwent Watercolour Pencils
Dovecraft Chalks
Cheap kids coloured pencil set
Copic Markers

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1 comment:

  1. Such a pretty card and I really like the distressing you have done to it! Thank you for playing at CDAC for the progressive challenge.


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