Birthday Rose

This flower stamp is why I started buying Copic markers! To do this flower I started with colored card stock, stamped the image three times, and cut out the layers. Then I created the shadows with the Copics. I put it all together with pop-dots. I love how it turned out!

Once I had the flower done, I had to figure out the rest of the card. I wanted the flower to be center stage, so I kept the card very simple. A trend I’m just getting around to is incorporating text/book-print papers. I used the PTI background stamp to create this card base (though I wish the stamp was longer so I didn’t have to worry about the overlap). I added the rhinestones to finish off the card.

Birthday Wishes
All supplies PaperTrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: In Bloom, Giga Guidelines, Background Basics – Text;
Cardstock: Soft Stone, White, Pure Poppy, Ripe Avocado;
Ink: River Rock, Basic Grey (SU); Black (Memento);
Other: markers (Copic), Rhinestones (Kaiser), Labels 4 die (Spellbinders);

3 thoughts on “Birthday Rose

  1. Gorgeous! I’m going to have to try copics on some colored paper myself!

    And I totally agree with you about the length of the textstyle stamp!

  2. What a stunning card! Your colouring is utterly amazing and your elements balance beautifully – I’m quite speechless! Wow!

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