04 April 2016

Create your own patterned paper

Hello friends!! Happy Monday to you all, today I have a very easy card for you!! I have few steps of the process. I was making this card and couldn't find a paper that match the colors of my project (and I was a ton of PP) so I decided to create my own, the lines were free lines, no ruler needed. So let's get started:

  • Start making lines with broad nip side of the marker, horizontal and vertical sides. Here I used Spectrum Noir markers: CR4, CR11, GB3, CR6, TB1


  • Then, take the fine side of your DR6 marker and add lines on the red lines to create a contrast. 
  • The piece is done!! Then add black shimmering cardstock behind and also to the pretty image. The image was colored with Spectrum Aqua markers.

  • A close up of the image.

Here is my card, all finished  and ready to go!

Entering this card to:

Hope you like it!
Have a fantastic day!

4 comments:

  1. The sweet image against the blue sky is adorable. Your DP is so pretty, its a wonder more people don't do this. The bakers twine bow is a perfect addition. Thank you so much for entering your creative and beautiful art in our challenge at Word Art Wednesday.
    Blessings, Carole
    DT Member

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  2. sweet card, love this cutie and your own background looks great!

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  3. Gorgeous card Giovana! I love the background you've created and the image is adorable.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx

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  4. This is SO sweet, Giovana. Your cards always make me smile. Thanks so much for stopping by to share your talents with us. It means so much to me that you play along in our challenges. I enjoy your wonderful and creative art, and sincerely hope that you will stop by to join us again soon. Have a blessed week!

    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

    P.S. I'd absolutely love to have you stop by my blog to say hello if you ever have a spare moment. I love hearing from my blog friends.
    Karen
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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