Mix a bit of digi with coloring and this is one of the results. I gave this card to my daughter-in-law for Mother’s Day. A friend gave me the paper to color and I went for yellows and pinks. Below the card is one of the panels in pink that I colored. I didn’t think I would like the panels so well, but I love the gold outlines (which you can feel if you run your finger over the panel) and extremely smooth paper.
I usually print out digital sentiments in different sizes to see how they will fit on the card and either die cut the sentiment or make a banner with scissors like I did here. A friend gave this to me to color. She had cut three panels and I colored one in yellow and the other two in light pinks and dark pinks. This is gorgeous in real life and all the panel needed was a beautiful sentiment. Consider adding a sentiment to a complex background.
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- Sugartree Mothers digital kit at A2Z Scrapbooking
- Stamping Up card stock engraved in gold (friend gave me some cut pieces out of a sheet)
- Elizabeth Craft Designs Stitched Rectangles
- Copic markers