While I do love using my vibrant Copic colors on Bazzill Smooth White cardstock, I also enjoy seeing their effect on other surfaces. Claudine Hellmuth's sticky back canvas is a great surface for adding Copic color. While it's necessary to be especially careful not to have color seep to the outside of the lines of the image, it becomes less important when you're planning to fussy cut the image as I've done on this side-open, vintage-looking card.
Here's a closer view of my Copic-filled Stampin' Up! rose on canvas. A few Prima leaves provide a bit of simple texture.
For the background of my card, I've used Versafine pigment onyx black to stamp an older Tim Holtz script stamp then heat embossed clear embossing powder for a raised, shiny effect. Copic E35 is airbrushed in the center then E47 to darken the edges and add speckles throughout.
I stamped an Inkadinkado word then die cut it using a Spellbinders Large Labels die. Keeping the die in place to act as a mask, I airbrushed Y23 around the edge. A Creative Impressions mini paper clip adorns my label.
Here's a view of my completed and very simple card front . . .
I'm entering this card into the following challenges:
Dream Valley "Anything Goes" (here)
Craft Your Passion "Clean and Simple" (here)
Papertake Weekly "Anything Goes" (here)
Everybody Art "Embossing" (here)
Creative Inspirations "Reds for Remembrance" (here)
PaperCrafting Journey "Anything Goes" (here)
Delicious Doodles "Remembering" (here)
Rick St Dennis "Remember" (here)
One Stop Craft "Anything Goes" (here)
Sweet Stampin' "Anything Goes" (here)
rose petals - R22, R29, R59
airbrushed edge of label - Y23
airbrushed edge of card - E47
I'm so glad that you stopped by to visit!