I started by stamping the cute bunnies on a 3 7/8″ x 5 7/8″ (9,9cm x 14,9cm) panel of Copic friendly cardstock with Extreme Black Hybrid Ink. Then I fussy cut some masks out of masking paper and covered the sweet creatures.
Next, I ink blended the night sky with Lavender Fields, Cornflower, Blu Raspberry and Berrylicious Premium Dye inks. I also used a little bit of Sweet Tooth Pigment Ink, to create the rays of light beaming from the moon and star.
After that, I peeled off the masks and used the following Copic markers, to color the images; B97, B95, B93, B91, BG18, BG13, BG10, BG23, R39, R37, R35, YR27, YR68, YR65, YR61, y17, y15, W5, W3 and W1.
I heat embossed the sentiment on Heavyweight Translucent Vellum strips, die cut with the Skinny Strips Die-namics, but I’m not a hundred percent convinced about the result… I think the strips stand out too much from the background and I would have been better off using the Translucent Vellum instead.
As a final touch, I added some heat embossed white stars, silver star sequins and vellum clouds, die cut with our free with $60 product, the Petite Clouds Die-namics. Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to visit the MFT Blog and leave a comment to be eligible to win one of two $25 gift vouchers to the MFT Boutique.
List of MFT supplies used for night sky card
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