It's Tuesday which means we have a new challenge up over at the CAS Colours and Sketches blog. This week Jenny has chosen a beautiful trio of colors for our cards.
I pulled out my Copic chart and selected three colors of alcohol markers that matched the chosen trio.
It didn't take much product to create my card. I began with a geometric die which I ran through my die cutter using white cardstock. I colored the geometric pieces with Copics using the pattern you see in my image. (It's important to keep all of the tiny pieces when doing an inlay like this.) I stacked the frame portion three times to create dimension, adhered it to the card front and then popped in my colored triangles/pentagons. I added a black die cut word sentiment with an accompanying white shadow layer and some black and white enamel dots to finish it off.
I invite you to visit our blog and hope you're inspired to play along!
Reverse Confetti - Geometric Panel cover die
Simon Says Stamp - Thanks and shadow die
Continue to stay safe and healthy my friends. _____________________________________________________________________________
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You must have the patience of a saint Julie! The result is amazing! Vicky xReplyDelete
Love this Jules! Inlaid diecutting requires patience and effort but the results are so worth it - this geometric diecut is so eye-catching.ReplyDelete