-Smooth black cardstock
-various other colours of cardstock
-Prisma colour pencil crayons (Any pencil crayon will do)
-White chalk ink pad
-White opaque gel pen
-Ranger's Dylusions stamps
-Jennifer Nilsson's Butterfly ballerina stamp
-EK success Scallop boarder punch
-Kaisercraft pearls and rhinestones
Using white chalk ink pad and Ranger's Dylusion's stamp, stamp image around three sides of your smooth cardstock. Dry with a heat tool or let it dry for a half hour.
Using your coloured pencils, colour in all of the leaves with your favourite colours.
Outline the leaves and stems using an opaque white gel pen. This step really makes the leaves pop.
Print off two of the Doodle Garden's Butterfly Ballerina stamp and colour with Copic markers to match the leaves of your background. Fussy cut around the images leaving a small white boarder. Add some Stickles to the ballerina tutu and rhinestones to the center of the flowers, butterfly body, and butterfly antenae. Mat an image and the 8 1/2 x 11 background to make a larger scrapbook page or just keep it small. Its all up to you. I also popped up the butterfly ballerina's to make them look like they were hovering over the page. I finished it off with three pearl flowers and a title. My miracle that has been my driving force for all of my creations lately is my 6 month old daughter, Skyla.
Here is a close up of one of the lovely Doodle Garden images all coloured
I am entering this layout into the following challenges:
Bombshell stamps august challenge
Whimsy stamps challenge 50-lots of layers
Sassy CHeryl's challenge 128-favourite colour combo
SHopping our stash challenge 64-try something new