I began my card by first coloring the flower stamp using my Stampin' Up! markers and then I stamped it onto my card stock. Then I stamped my grass using the image on the other side of the stamp (this is a double mounted set). I first used wild wasabi ink and I inked up the stamp and then stamped off onto a scrap piece of card stock and then onto the bottom portion of my card. I repeated this step again, this time using chocolate chip ink.
After I was finished with my stamping I decided that my card still needed some color and so I added a bit of sponging along the bottom/ground. I first began lightly sponging using chocolate chip ink (ever so lightly) and then I went upward using wild wasabi.
To finish off my card I punched the bottom of my chocolate chip card stock using my eyelet border punch, added my ribbon, and finally my happy birthday sentiment.
I hope you like my card, this is one of my very favorite color combinations! Thanks for taking the time to stop on by! Make it a great day!
Stamps: Inspired by Nature, Well Scripted
Card Stock: White, Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Wild Wasabi
Supplies: Ribbon, SU Markers, Eyelet Border Punch, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Sponge
Technique: Sponging, 2 Step Stampin'