Valentine's Day card by Noga Shefer

February 01, 2019 1 Comment

Valentine's Day card by Noga Shefer

Hi crafty friends, Noga here and I am so excited to be guest designing again with Gerda Steiner Designs today.
To make this card I took an A2 panel of Bristol smooth cardstock. The background was created by blended spun sugar distress oxide ink with picked raspberry distress oxide ink.
I spired some water onto it and soaked it up with paper towel.

I also splattered white paint and  picked raspberry distress oxide ink on the background.
Next I colored the images using copic markers. I glued all the images to my panel with foam tape for dimension.
Next I stamped a greeting from the stamp set using black ink.
To finish off, I added scallop frame to the card.
I hope you enjoy the card I created and feel inspired to create!
 Thank you for visiting the blog.
Have a great day!
Noga.



1 Response

Susan Moon
Susan Moon

December 30, 2019

I love this card! Can you tell me what colors of Copic Markers you used? I would appreciate it very much. Thank you. Susan

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