Happy St Patrick’s Day fellow Alchemists,
Today I am sharing a St Patrick’s Day card that I was determined to get out on time. I even had to film it twice. I really don’t have a lot of items I could use for the challenge I set myself but I’m pleased with how things turned out and even added in the colourless blender ombre technique for her skirt.
Even though the stamp I found was a fairy, by removing her wings she fitted into the theme. The Flowers in her hair even looked like little clovers and her pointy ears are leprechaun like. By matching my markers to the colour of the ink pad I got a nice cohesive look. Shame I have drained my Lucky Clover Distress Ink of most of it’s colour. Need to buy a reinker as I don’t have them for the newer colours yet.
The Tim Holtz Stamp platform was amazing for making this card, I am still learning how to use it but I love it! There is no way I could have repositioned the stamps to restamp them with a stamp block perfectly that many times.
Tim Holtz Stamp Platform 8.5″ Lucky Clover Distress Ink, Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide.
Foam Tape, X-PRESS IT Double Sided Tape, Lawn Fawn Stamp Shammy, Zig Two Way Glue Pen.
Studio G Series 41 stamp set, Caron Vinson’s Blushing Rose Fairy, Copics and Promarkers.
Skin – E0000, E000 and E00. Hair – E18, E09, Promarkers O346 and O136.
Top, Ribbon and Flowers – G16, BG34 and Promarker G847 Outline – W9
Skirt – Colourless Blender, BG34, BG11 and Promarker G829
Thanks for watching,
The Arty Crafty Alchemist