I started off my card by watercoloring an ombre background using my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers. While that was drying, I stamped a bunch of the outline flowers from the You Equal Kind stamp set onto watercolor paper using waterproof black ink. I colored those with my Zig markers also, and then diecut them with the coordinating You Equal Kind dies. I stamped the flower centers ink black ink and then used a white gel pen to outline them.
When I had the placement how I wanted it, I glued the medium and large flowers and all of the leaves down with a glue pen. For the sentiment, I stamped “Hope your day is” on a thin strip of white cardstock which I adhered with foam tape.
Then I stamped “awesome” in black ink on white cardstock and diecut it. Rather than trying to cut tiny strips of foam tape, I diecut “awesome” 5 times out of white cardstock and glued them all together in a stack to get the dimension that I was wanting.
I added the small blue flowers with foam tape, and finishing things off with a scattering of sequins before mounting the panel onto a white card base using foam tape.
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