Papertrey Ink Adding Shadows with a Marker
The challenge on Papertrey Ink today is to use a marker to add shadows to a project. I didn’t have a word die from Papertrey Ink that was large enough for me to add shadowing. I used a word die from Casual Friday and paired it with Papertrey Ink’s Doodlie Do stamp set, as they both had a casual feel.
I didn’t want the shadowing to look too stark on the card so I decided to use the palest mauve copic marker I had to create the shadow. Keeping a steady hand as I traced around the word die was the trickiest part. The next trickiest part was just sitting on my hands and calling the card done. I might try a variation on this technique by filling the card front with more Doodlie Do flowers or by adding the same mauve shadows to the flowers, but this card is done.
Supplies: Papertrey Ink Doodlie Do stamp set, Casual Friday Love Ya die, Hero Arts and SSS dye inks, Copic Marker, Xyron Adhesive and SSS card base.
Posted on June 6, 2016, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
Lovely card. Like the colors you used.
Deb I love your sentiment, great shadowing!
Well done, Deb! Darling card!
Very cute card, Deb, and the shadowing really adds depth to your card!