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It's Time to Blossom, Stamping and Copic Markers


Hello everyone. Thank you for visiting my blogpost for Kennedy Grace Creations! To create this card, I used three Kennedy Grace Creations clear stamp sets; Splendid Rose, Time to Blosson and Grace's Little Notes.

To begin, I diecut the largest of the Stacked Stitched Rectangle dies from Cryogen white, iridescent shimmer cardstock. This is my preferred cardstock for Copic Markers. 

I then stamped a variety of flowers from the Time to Blossom and Grace's Little Notes stamp sets. I simply lined them along the bottom of the rectangle. I stamped them quickly and simply, next to one another, with zero masking. 

I then stamped the sentiment in VersaFine Onyx Black pigment ink and heat embossed it using Hero Arts clear embossing powder.

Then it was time for the Copic Marker coloring. I colored the flowers as follows;
Orange: YR02, YR65, YR68
Dark Purple: V95, RV66, V99
Yellow: Y11, Y13, Y15

To finish off this clean and simple floral card, I added some Kuretake - Wink of Stella, clear glitter brush pen to the flower petals. I adhered the panel to a Bazzill Basics Paper, deep purple cardstock, A2 card base.


I hope everyone enjoyed this clean and simple floral arrangement, frienship card. Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Meghan Shea
IG: Meghanshea3377


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