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Today I have more to share so let's get to it now...
I don't know if you are aware of the company Just Rite online. But I am really fond of their images as well as they make stamps, rubber and acrylic, the rubber ones are clinging type ready to use on Acrylic blocks. Anyhow, they also make background stamps and they have Spellbinder make special die cuts for their framed images. This is where I come in. I love love love the framed images so you can pick the sentiment you want and they also have images like this one on today's card that I think is to die for LOL. Well you know what I mean right?
Here I am advertizing for them LOL. But I have fallen for Just Rite and get sets sometimes that will appeal to my sense of coloring.
Speaking of coloring, I have taken my Copic markers out again. I say that because I grew frustrations with using them and went back to Prismacolor coloring each time. I have watched several Youtube videos on how to color with Copic markers and I finally was able to feel at ease enough to color this image.
I was looking at the stamp packaging to color it because the colors I had seen for it was the reason why I had gotten this stamp so I could mimic the colors. So this is what I was left with, which made me a little prouder of myself to have tried it again.
As you can see the making of this card is basic.
(Focal image) After the coloring is behind me the rest becomes easy and much quicker. I used the matching Spellbinder die cut for this stamped image to cut around it and then pencilled around the outside edge to make a matting layer under it in Yellow. I took another Spellbinder label and but it out in purple to add behind the focal image.
I had some older die cut that Cuttlebug came up with at the beginning of it's popularity 4-5 years ago or longer. I used one of them for my corners adhered at the very end. I did the corner die cuts in purple. My card base was in yellow and I layered the card with purple and then a vertical lined pattern paper. Very simple