The Hydrangea is a Hero Arts stamp. It was stamped with Vintage Photo ink on a 3 1/2" X 4" piece of cardstock then stamped, at a slight angle, a second time (without re-inking) onto a 4 1/4" X 5 1/2"piece of cardstock. The image on the smaller piece of cardstock was colored with Copic markers, highlighted with a Stardust pen, then fancy cut. 3D paint was applied to the center of the flowers. Then set aside to dry.
The remaining image was stamped with a PTI Text stamp that was stamped off twice before applying it to the cardstock, then the image was lightly colored with Copic markers. A brown Prisma colored pencil added some depth to these leaves. A scalloped paper cutter was used to trim about 1/4" off of each side then Vintage Photo was sponged around the edges. Two stripes of Copic markers were added to the right and left side of this piece of cardstock. The fancy cut Hydrangea was then foam mounted on top of this image by lining up the stem and slightly angling the flower to the left.
The antennae on the Martha Stewart butterfly was formed with 24 gauge wire. The 3D (white) paint in the center of the flowers was colored with a yellow Copic marker.
The ribbon and the pearls on the 'bling' are from Hobby Lobby.
This is the inspirational photo for this color challenge. Enjoy!
Back to creating cards in my Butterfly Garden.