My first card is very literal, I made the bees into a B, for 'Bee-day', but you could use any initial to personalize your card, since the sentiment and bees work together and probably give enough 'b' coverage! LOL!
I started by drawing a B lightly with a pencil. I stamped the bees, making sure that none of them was upside down, and then I created 3 masks so that I could stamp the leaves. Then I erased the pencil, so that it didn't become 'trapped' under my Copic colouring.
I stamped the larger branch on gray cardbase to add a bit of interest.
My sentiment was stamped with embossing ink, and then embossed with white embossing powder.
My second card uses the Circles of Life stencil as my focal image, rather than as a background element. I masked a panel with a rounded mask to create a landscape. Then I blended yellow and orange ink through the stencil.
I removed the stencil and used the other half of my landscape mask to allow me to blend the 'grass'. Then I stamped the sentiment, flowers and butterfly with black ink.
Then, I had a great idea, although it was a little late in the process. I placed the landscape mask and the stencil back over the panel and used some glimmer paste over top, to add to the sparkle and shine of my glorious Easter sunrise.
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