Birthday Wishes

Happy weekend!  Today’s post is a fall birthday card colored with my Luminance Colored pencils.  I used a darling stamp from Stamptember, A Simon Says Stamp and Studio Katia collaboration called Fresh Bunch.

EDCE6163-1715-4DC8-AEA3-47C5C924E432

I stamped the image on Arteza black drawing paper.  It is a little thin, but worked beautifully with my colored pencils! I used Ink On 3’s clear embossing ink (personal fav) and embossed with Brutus Monroe’s Gilded Embossing powder.  It is the perfect gold color and the sparkle is just right!

2501c473-1b97-47aa-990b-0e886934f612.jpeg

To color the leaves, I used Grass Green, Olive Yellow and Olive Brown for the fern-ish looking leaves and Moss Green and Dark English Green on the regular leaves.

For the grapes or berries, your choice, I used Brown Violet, Light Aubergine and Violet. For the Peonies I used Ultramarine Pink, Violet and Perylene Brown.

For the Apple, I used Permanent Red, Crimson Alizarin, Scarlet and Perylene Brown.  For the orange flowers, I used Orange, Crimson Alizarin and Carnelian.

2501C473-1B97-47AA-990B-0E886934F612

For the pine cones, I used Sepia and Burnt Ochre 10%.

I stamped the sentiment with Ink on 3’s Clear Embossing Ink and used Brutus Monroe’s Gilded Embossing Powder on it as well.

I cut the panel out using Lawn Fawn’s stitched rectangle die then attached my panel to my cardbase.

I added some Nuvo Crystal Drops in Gold and Crimson to finish off my card.

E9F035B8-40C4-4A52-A376-0EAE9E19CE60

Showing the sparkle of the Gilded Embossing Powder.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Hope to see you soon!

patty

 

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s