Welcome back my friends, today I am sharing the 2nd card I made as a member of the design team for Witt & Sass's launch. This week has been all about the Chubby Unicorn, and this card I originally made as an example card for W & S's card challenges (this challenge specifically dealt with the colors pink and green, rectangles and rhinestones). I started out by stamping the Chubby Unicorn in black Amalgam ink from Gina K. I then stamped the grassy area around him using the 2x3 BB stamp Grassy Hill. I made a mask to cover up my stamped images, then went to town making the background. For that I used Distress Oxide inks, starting light pink at the top and ending in a redish-pink color at the grass line. I used Altenew's Simple Shapes XL to stamp the rectangle shapes. I spritzed it with shimmer spray before removing the masking. I stamped a sentiment from the Chubby Unicorn stamp set in Versafine Onyx Black pigment ink, then covered it in clear embossing powder and heat embossed it to my card base. Next I colored the grass, again with Distress Oxide inks with the mini ink blending tool. Satisfied with the background, I Copic colored my Chubby Unicorn and used some clear Wink Of Stella to the hair and horn. I trimmed the cardstock to 4" x 5.5", allowing me to mount my card panel onto a slightly wider A2 sized black cardstock base. I then adhered multiple sized rhinestones to the background, following the transition in color from top to bottom. The rhinestones at the bottom I colored with some red Copic markers as I didn't have that color gemstone. Finally, I added the very small green rhinestones to the unicorn's hair and tail.
Stay tuned for card #3 tomorrow. And again, I love questions and comments.
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