I haven't been doing much coloring lately on my cards and so I decided to pick an image to use that needed some coloring. I love coloring with my SU markers and this is one of my very favorite color combinations.
I started making my card by first stamping and coloring my image. Then I cut my image out along the dotted line (using my scissors) and this way I was able to layer it on the pretty in pink card stock that I cut out using the same size framelit. I used the next size up framelit to cut out the bashful blue layer then I ran my bashful blue layer through my big shot using the perfect polka dots embossing folder.
Then I just needed to assemble my card. My designer series papers are from the Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack - Subtles Collection. I added some pretty in pink ribbon that I ruffled/scrunched by placing some sticky tape along my card and then folding the ribbon back and forth until I got the ruffled look I wanted. This is a really neat way to use ribbon differently on any card. I found that making ruffled ribbon workds best with a satin/silky ribbon.
And the last few items I decided to add onto my card was a mini clothespin with a small piece of twine tied around it and then three basic pearls towards the bottom of my image panel. I used one medium pearl and two smaller pearls on both sides of it.
On my photo below I wanted to show you a close up photo so that you could see my coloring a little better. I hope you liked today's card! Have a great rest of the day and I'll see you tomorrow!
Stamps: Apothecary Art
Card Stock: White, Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue, Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack - Subtles Collection
Ink: Black Stazon
Supplies: Ribbon, Labels Collection Framelits, Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder, Basic Pearls, Twine, Mini Clothespin, SU Markers, Sticky Strip Tape, Scissors
Technique: Dry Embossing