My sweet husband gave me a set of Touch Five markers for my birthday and today's card features my first attempt at using them! Lots to learn about coloring with markers and blending inks, but so far I'm having fun!
I made this mini easel card using one of my Power Poppy digis. I altered it a bit by cutting off the rose buds and adhering them to the bottom of the cup where another large rose used to be! For just a bit more "pop" - I added a tiny baker's twine bow and some glitter to the image.
Supplies and Tools:
Everything's Even Rosier (Power Poppy), Touchfive Markers, Circle Nestabilities - Scallop Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Hello Doily Dies (Sizzix), Textile Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug), Baker's Twine, Glitter, Chalkboard Sentiments (Anna Griffin), Washi Tape
This post linked to:
- Mini & Mighty
Mod Squad Challenge
- Sympathy/Thinking of You
Little Red Wagon
- Shape Up (any shape but square and rectangle)
Addicted to Stamps
- Anything Goes with flowers
Wow this is gorgeous! I love all the pretty details! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Mod Squad Challenge Angie, Challenge Host.
Hi Esther, what a lovely mini-easelcard. I love your colouring and that little hint of glitter.
Thank you for joining the challenge at Addicted To Stamps Challengeblog.
Greetings Miranda (dt-ATSC)
Beautiful! Oh what a thoughtful and beautiful sympathy card. I like that it is an easel fold, the die cut and your warm colors. Very soothing and beautiful.
I had to google those markers, I hadn't heard of them before, looks like you got the hang of using them pretty quickly, this looks beautiful!!
Looks like you are off to a great start with your markers, so sweet of your husband. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Little Red Wagon Challenge!
Have fun with your new markers and happy birthday Esther! I just love your power packed poppy stamps creation. The image is perfect as you've altered it and the coloring is spot on! You're doing great! Hugs, Autumn
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