|The sketch can be found at Sweet Stamping Treats. Card size is 5.5x5.5|
This week my Sweet Stamping Treat is my take on our sketch challenge. I really liked the sketch so I didn't deviate much from it. I used this really fun St. Patrick's Day Wreath digi (very cute!). It's part of the March release and is available on the SST blog. Digi's are such a great way to build up your collection and an inexpensive way to get material to practice your Copic coloring, especially when you're just starting out. The paper and clover stickers are both by Reminicse, Coredinations cardstock and Copic markers. I promise to be better about giving my Copic coloring recipes for my projects. In this caseYG21, YG23, YG25, G40, G43, and G46 for the clovers and the main green part of the wreath, C5, C7 and C9 for the pot, Y21, Y23 and Y76 for the gold, B02, B04, B06 for the blue ribbons, R24, R27 and R29 for the red part of the rainbow, Y02, Y06 and Y08 for the yellow part of the rainbow and finally B23, B24 and B26 for the blue part of the rainbow. The hemp twine is colored with YG25. I did ink the edges this time using Green Tea Powder Puff ink.
Now that you've seen what I did, why don't you give one a whirl yourself and post it at Sweet Stamping Treats and share your creation you could win 3 digis for your efforts! I can't wait to see what you come up with.
And don't forget, to let us know what your favorite Sweet Stamping Treat is! All you have to do is head over to Sweet Stamping Treats and take a look through their stamps. Links to the entire line of digital stamps are located on the right sidebar of the blog. Pick the stamp you like best, follow their blog, then come back here to my blog and comment on which stamp is your favorite! And when SST gets to 200 followers there will be more prizes given away!
I will pick one winner from of the comments on this post to win the digital
stamp that you commented about. You must be a follower of both my blog and SweetStamping Treats to win. Winner will be announced on March 20th
Until next time,