Wishing Well and Wishing You Well by Hambo Stamps. I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink for the well, and then colored in with Copic markers. The sentiment was then stamped in Blue Bayou ink (I love and miss that color!). Here are the markers I used:
Featured Stamper Challenge, you are to change at least two things from the original. I kept the same layout and images, but changed colors, die cut, and added some extra embellishments and layers. My designer papers are from the Sidewalks Collection by October Afternoon and Dots & Stripes by Echo Park (Can you see that striped green layer? I thought it added some whimsy!).
Hot Pink, Daffodil, Aqua, Blue Topaz and Light Orchid. On today's card I used the Aqua Floral Satin, which is my favorite of the five. The other trim I used from Really Reasonable Ribbon is the Hemptique Lime/White Baker's Twine. It comes individually as a spool, or as part of the Tutti Frutti set. I wrapped it around the bottom of my Spellbinders die to accent the lime crocheted flower. Click on the photo for a close-up!
There is a new challenge on the RRR Blog too! It's all about Back to School & Ribbon!
I hope you will come on over to SCS and play along! Congratulations, Carolina!
Other challenges for this card:
Catch The Bug - Anything Goes
ATCs & Cards With Attitude - Anything Goes
QKR Stampede - Anything Goes
Copic Marker Europe - Summer card
Waste Not Wednesday - always "use your forgotten stuff" (Sizzix die)
Paper Crafting Journey - Anything Goes
|Stamps: Wishing Well - 2905 and Wishing You Well - 2904 by Hambo Stamps|
|Paper: Dots & Stripes DP (Echo Park), Sidewalks DP (October Afternoon), X-Press Copic Blending CS, Sage Shadow|
|Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Blue Bayou, Copics|
|Accessories: crocheted flower, paper flowers (Prima), silver half pearls (Mark Richards), Sizzix leaves die cut, Spellbinders die cuts, Aqua Floral Ribbon and Hemptique Lime/White Baker's Twine (Really Reasonable Ribbon)|