After seeing the color palette, I new that I wanted to create a card with an inkblended panel. It’s a fact that MFT’s Premium Dye Inks blend beautifully on smooth paper!
I started with the Razzle Berry Premium Dye Ink, followed by the Coral Crush and the Lemon Drop (since I didn’t have the Lemon Chiffon). After I was done with the blending, I added water drops to create some beautiful texture.
I had previously heat embossed the sentiment and added drops of Limelight Premium Dye Ink and Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink, to the strip. Once the 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″ panel was ready, I adhered it to a 8 3/4″ x 6 1/8″ white cardbase. Then I added the Pure Innocence girl, stamped with Extreme Black Hybrid Ink, fussy cut and colored with the following Copic Markers:
- Skin: E21, E11, YR000 + R20
- Hair: E37, E35, E33 + E31
- Dress and shoes: G43 + G40
- Pillow: YR27, YR02, YR01, RV09, RV06 + RV04
- Socks: C1 + C00
To complete the card, I simply added three hot pink enamel hearts… and that’s it from me for today. Head on to the MFT Blog for more info about this challenge. See you next week!
List of MFT supplies used for CC135 card
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