Here is the sketch graphic and the card I made for this challenge:
For this challenge I used an old, large background stamp from Hero Arts, Flower Text. It was a large wood mounted stamp that I remounted to EZ Mount and used my Misti for stamping. I used really deep rich black ink, Ranger Archival in Jet Black. This ink isn't recommended for use with Copics, but I used them together anyways. This kind of resulted in a fun smeared watercolor type effect, and I love it, but I needed to clean my Copic tips afterwards.
I stamped the image onto white cardstock. Then, I colored using Copics. I added some Glossy Accents in select spots. I mounted the panel onto pink cardstock and added s trimmed strip of the same paper on the card front. Then I added a sentiment sticker from SRM. The tiny flower is from an American Girl craft book and mounted using a pop dot.
I then added this panel to the front of a piece of paper from the My Favorite Things Watercolor Wash paper pad. I mounted this whole workup them onto a white card I created using card stock, a trimmer and a scoring board.
Please join us in the challenge! Then check back to the Retro Rubber Blog one week from this Sunday to learn the challenge winner! I can't wait to see your creations!