photo credit: Micklyn via society6
Now I've never had an artistic bone in my body, but it's fun to try sometimes. The only cover plate I own is Hexagons so that made an easy decision for starting my design. Using sponge daubers and ink pads, I very carefully sponged on white card stock with the white die-cut of the Hexagon Cover Plate carefully taped down so nothing would move. I used six different ink pads (listed below) in random order and before removing the die-cut, I spritzed it with water and let it dry. Added some layers for texture and dimension with a little bling, and this is my end result. Have lots of March birthdays coming up so I hope the recipient likes it.
Had I been able to create this and photograph it in daylight, the colors would be more accurate. Believe it or not, the "happy" die cut is really SU Elegant Eggplant, but it looks more black or dark brown.
Supplies: (all PTI unless noted)
Cardstock: Stamper's Select White, Tropical Teal, SU Pixie Pink, SU Elegant Eggplant and Vellum
Ink: Sweet Blush, Hibiscus Burst, Royal Velvet, Aqua Mist, Hawaiian Shores and Tropical Teal
Stamps: Wet Paint
Dies: Hexagon Cover Plate, Half & Half, Wet Paint Cuts and Sizzix Embosslits Beautiful Wings
Other: Rhinestones (Studio G), Glue Dots and SU Dimensionals