Guest Design : I like the way you roll

December 09, 2016

Hello everyone!

I am Alexandra from made by Alexandra and I have the honour to be guest designing here on Gerda Steiner Designs

When I saw the stamp set that Gerda send it to me Llama tell you my first thought was interactive card.
I started by creating the background using Distress inks, then created the interactive part of the card and stamped the sentiment and embossed it.
For coloring I used Spectrum Noir Alcohol markers for the cute armadillos and for the cactus I used Stabilo Markers on watercolor paper .

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great day!

Alexandra


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