So for my Easter cards, I used the same supplies for all eight cards. I made four of the pink and two of the greens with this image. They are all a little different, but pretty much the same papers and images. Just flipped the image for interest and swapped some of the designs. That is one of the things I like about digital stamps. The ability of flipping the image to get a different look. I know you can do the same with the stamps but I think it is A. Lot. Of. Work!
Sunday, August 14, 2022
This card is using a digital image called Easter Bunny by Jade Dragonne at DeviantArt. I have not visited the website in like forever, but I also know she gives freebies on Facebook or she used to the last time I was there back in September 2019. I have not been back to FB since then so I cannot be sure. In any event, I've colored the image with Copic markers, white, silver, yellow, pink, purple, blue and green gel pens and Stickles in Frosted Lace. All the diecuts are from Amazon. The brad in the center of the bow is from my hoarded stash. All papers are from Carta Bella Spring Market, and as of this writing, still available at Amazon. I absolutely LOVE Carta Bella cardstock. I love the texture and weight of the papers. The enamel dots are from Your Next Stamp. I inked the edges of the papers with Tim Holtz Peeled Paint and Stormy Sky oxide inks. Sentiment is from a company closed long ago called Raisin Boat and I cannot remember the name of the stamp set.
This digital image is from The Paper Shelter called Funny Easter Bunny. I made two of the greens with this image. I've colored the image with Copic markers. The diecut is from Amazon. All papers are from Carta Bella Spring Market. The enamel dots are from Your Next Stamp. I inked the edges of the papers with Tim Holtz Peeled Paint oxide ink. Sentiment is from a company closed long ago called Raisin Boat.