I printed the image out onto Daler-Rowney Drawing paper and colored it with my Prismacolor colored pencils. As digital generated as my Tulip Girl layout was, so this is the complete opposite. Once it was colored, I cut the image out with a circle die and cut a larger circle with a die from the same Hero Art set. I ran the front of the card through my embossing machine with a Spellbinders embossing folder I glued the image to the bigger circle and added it to the front of the card. I also added a strip of the same dark green cardstock down the left-hand side of the card. I completed the card with a sentiment combo of a die cut and a stamped banner embossed with white embossing powder.
Little Blue Button Stamps Mushroom digi
Daler-Rowney Drawing paper
Recollections Green cardstock
Paper Studio cardbase with coordinating envelope
Prismacolor colored pencils
Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue
Epson Expression ET-2650 Ecotank Printer
Wagner Heat Gun
Recollections Snow detail embossing powder
Spellbinder Wonky Diamonds Embossing Folder
Spellbinders Sew Sweet Sentiments die set
Hero Arts Circle Infinity Die set
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