Monday, February 19, 2018

Envelope Art

Aloha dear friends,

How is your new week? Are you able to create? I hope you can and that all is well for you and your loved ones ♥

I'm going to try and play in a challenge. It's been a very long time since the last one -- not good. Gotta get on the ball.

Cat is having a challenge for envelope art at StampTV.  I often call this simply envy art. I used color pencils on the envelope but markers on the card. The area around the flower on the card is colored in with a very pale Y00 Copic marker, just to set it off from white. It's hard to see it in the picture.

Stamp Sets: "Art from the Heart" and "Scripty Sayings2"
Cardstock and envelope: GKD
Colored with Copic markers (card) and
Prismacolor Pencils (envelope)
Embossing Folder "Petal Burst"
Dies: Circles and Stitched Circles by SMS
Corner Rounder Cropadile
Striped ribbon; adhesive foam; Nuvo Crystal Drops in light blue and light yellow; Nuvo Clear Spark Pen (on the flower petals)


Front of the Envelope





Back of the Envelope



Mahalo for stopping by and leaving your comments!
Make room to color, craft, create, every day ♥




6 comments:

  1. Rosy both are so beautiful. Gorgeous coloring too.

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  2. Rosy your envelope is lovely, but that card is stunning! Love the design and the beautiful colors.

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  3. This is just beautiful, my dear! I love your coloring, you have really done that stamp justice. I have that set and you have inspired me here, must PIN!!!! Great take on the challenge!

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  4. The “envy” is gorgeous, but my eye keeps being drawn to your wonderful card! I love the offset flower, the texture and that perfect little touch of ribbon at the top. Awesome card!

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  5. Your card is beautiful and so is your envelope. I am trying to get in the habit of creating a co-ordinating envelope but they haven't been as fancy as yours.

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  6. Just beautiful! Love your coloring Rosy!

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!