I’m continuing on with Lil’ Inker Designs latest release today. Hopefully as part of the hop you’ve arrived here from Amy’s blog. If not pop by and see Laura to start at the beginning so you don’t miss anything.
So today we are highlighting something a little different and totally fun! How about some freestyle type doodle art with a matching die notebook die! I was transported back to my teens when I saw this stamp set LOL and so I thought I’d dress up a little Moleskine notebook as a gift that hopefully would be cool enough for any teen :)
I die cut a notebook page and stamped the matching image in Versafine smoky gray and then stamped the fun star doodle over the top in Versafine onyx black. Then I took a fine paintbrush and wet the end before picking up some colour from an inktense pencil and highlighting some of the swirls and stars
Finally I added a couple of cardstock strips to the Moleskine notebook and clipped my notebook page to it with a little paperclip.
Now it’s time to hop on over to Jen’s blog for more inspiration :)
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Supplies: Lil’ Inker Designs notebook doodles; Inks – Versafine smoky gray, onyx black; Card – Bazzill card shoppe rainbow; Pencils – Derwent inktense; Twine – Hemptique primary; Die – Lil’ Inker Design notebook; Clip – Stampin’ Up
Love your card.
Hey Debby, took your request to heart and had a looksee at your past photos. I’m stopping at this one because I find the degree of “lightness” pleasing on this one. I realize it’s not a white card… but maybe you remember how/where you photographed and edited this one. I do think sometimes your photos are too bright to actually see the great detail. Kinda like I have to squint when looking at them if that makes any sense. That being said, I still think too light is better than too dark. Hmmm…