Blank card: Inktense bunnies

Inktense bunnies

What:

Time for a bit of variety — I’ve been mostly using my Copics during the colouring challenge, so I thought I’d have a bit of a change and break out the Inktense pencils, which seemed like they’d be a good match for this cute bunny digi stamp.

How:

The Inktense pencils live up to their name. You really don’t need to put down much colour at all as it quickly brightens up as soon as it is touched by water. And you don’t need much water either. It didn’t take much time at all to colour this image and I really like the finished effect.

I trimmed it down and cut a couple of pieces of patterned paper to layer it on. I added a touch of Distress ink around the edges of the image and one of the papers. The papers were stuck flat to the card base and the image was mounted on foam tape.

Rather than reach for the sequins, which have been my go-to embellishment recently, I raided my stash of enamels for the final touches.

Challenges:

DigiStamp Boutique Customer Competition: October
Day 18 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge

Supplies:

  • digital stamps:
    Digistamp Boutique – Bently and bunny
  • inks:
    Distress ink pad – pumice stone
  • colour:
    Inktense pencils
  • embellishments:
    We R Memory Keepers – enamel shapes – cool embellishments
    Create A Smile – enamel stickers
  • paper and card:
    Papermill Direct – pearlised – ivory
    Lili of the Valley – paper pad – bonnets & bowties
    Lili of the Vally – paper pad – perfect pair

30 day colouring challenge

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  1. Pingback: The third Daily Marker 30 day colouring challenge round-up | Crafty Rat

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