After colouring the image I noticed that my outline wasn't very sharp, I tried to re-stamp the image over the top but I had removed the stamp from my Misti and when I tried to align it, I was off and ended up with a double line...At this point I gave myself a good telling off and thought about throwing it away and starting again. Instead I reached for my Fine liner pens and used them to bridge the gap between the double stamped outlines. This resulted in a thicker line.
To add a background I used a blue marker to add a halo and then bled it out with a blender pen. I then used an inkpad in the same colour as the marker to ink blend and add inky splatters. I then stamped the sentiment in black, voilà the card was finished. Do you think I saved it? Or should I have thrown it away and started again?
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I love itReplyDelete
Terri, I think you saved it, and great idea for those of us who don't do perfect everytime!ReplyDelete
Great save. The card turned out beautifully.ReplyDelete
Lovely card! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your lovely card!ReplyDelete
Love how they look like they are glowing!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a gorgeous color combo! This is a sweet PAF and thanks for sharing your design.ReplyDelete
I like the background for these pretty flowers.ReplyDelete
You did save it! Love the colors you used.ReplyDelete
very pretty card!ReplyDelete
Great color combo! I love the gerbera daisies!ReplyDelete
I love the way the soft blue background really makes the flowers shine on your card. TFS :-)ReplyDelete
Love the blue background! The flowers really pop!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous card. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I definitely think you saved it. I didn't notice anything amiss at first glance, and I still don't notice anything amiss even after reading your post and looking more carefully at the card. Good save! That was smart thinking. I'm not sure it would have worked on a smaller or fussier image, but with these big, bold daisies, it was exactly the right move.ReplyDelete