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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Cork Board Background

Hi everyone. Today I am sharing with you how I coloured a cork board background. 
The stamps and dies I'm using are all from Stamping Bella 


To colour the cork board I used E30, E31, E33, E34, E35, E25 and E27


Stamp the cork board onto copic colouring paper using memento black ink. Taking the E35, and then E33, start making some dots alternating between the colours. 


Keeping adding dots with the E33 and E35 and blend them a little by dabbing E30 on them. 


Keep going with the dots until you have the whole area covered. 


When you are happy with how the darker colurs look, fill in the white spaces with E30. If you need to, reapply the darker colours. 


Apply E27 in a fine line all around the inside edges. 


Blend the E27 inwards with E25 to give a darker shadow on the edges of the cork board. 


To colour the frame, use E35 on the inside then blend out a little with E33 and finally E31 around the outside edges. 


To add elements to the cork board I coloured up some Rosie and Bernie stamps, and also some washi tape stamps, and cut them out with matching dies. 

Colours used:
Skin - E00, E11, EO4
Other colours - BG01 BG53, BG57. 
V000, V04, V06
RV10, RV02, RV04, RV06
C1, C3, 0
Black Gel Pen (Frame)



Create a card base and layer the elements onto the cork board with 3D foam tape to complete the card. 


Thanks for dropping by and I hope you are inspired to take out your markers today. 
Sandie


1 comment:

ike said...

Very cooooool :-) That is excellent x