Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Indigo Cats!

Have you seen these fabulous new stamps from Stampendous!!! The new line of Laurel Burch stamps are wonderful, if you haven't seen them, click here!

This week Stampendous is featuring creations using the Laurel Burch collections. Here's a fun card I did using the Indigo Cats.



Stampendous:
LBCRS02 Laurel Burch Cling Indigo Cats Stamp Set
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
Acrylic Handle
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Plus:
My Color Cardstock Grape Vine
Watercolor cold press 140 lb
Copic Sketch Markers - Y00, Y17, YR000, YR04, YR07, R30, R22, R29, RV02, RV06, BV00, V12, V17, YG01, YG06, 100
Faber Castell Aquarelle Pencils - 105, 111, 121, 123, 130, 136, 139
Spritzer
Black Foam Tape

Instructions:
Step 1:  Fold a 7" x 10" piece of Grape Vine cardstock in half to form an A7 card
Step 2:  Stamp the Indigo Cats and Butterfly images on white cardstock with Tuxedo Black ink, color with Copic markers, cut out close to the outline, edge with the 100 marker
Step 3: Cut a 4 3/4" x 6 3/4" piece of watercolor paper, use the watercolor pencils and a wet paint brush to blend the background
Step 4: Place the stencil from the stamp set on the background, use the Spritzer and Copic Markers to add some designs to the background
Step 5:  Adhere the background to the card front
Step 6:  Arrange the cats and butterflies on the background, using foam tape on two cats and the butterfly wings

Go to the Stampendous Blog for more Laurel Burch samples.

Happy Creating,
Louise

10 comments:

Janelle Stollfus said...

Too sweet. I love your colored cats and background, it's so fun!

McStamper said...

Your card is fantastic. Love your beautiful coloring and the cats and butterflies are awesome.

Sabrina said...

What an adorable background!! I am loving these cats!!!

barbara macaskill said...

Love the background and your cats are so colorful and festive! TFs!

Linda Agers said...

I love the background and the great instructions on how to recreate it. Didn't know Tuxedo black worked well with Copics. Does it work with Chameleon markers?

Louise said...

Thanks! Yes, Tuxedo Black works with Chameleons too,

Jean said...

Simply delightful!

Dee Adams said...

Loving your cats and your background X

D.Ann C said...

Such bright and cheerful colors and I am smitten with those cats and butterflies!

Viki Banaszak said...

I love your background! What great coloring.