I used just two stamps to make this card for the CASE(E) this Sketch! #197 Challenge. I love card challenges (I am sure you know that) and I just stumbled onto this one today. I am certain it will become a favorite!
This card was made using the single light bulb image from the Light Parade stamp set. I stamped it in a sort of circular pattern several times on Canson Fanboy paper with Ranger Archival Ink. Next I colored it in with my Zigs and a brush. Once the bulbs were dry I used the American Crafts Metallic Markers to color in the bases of each bulb. I added some white Gelly Roll pen inside the little sheen detail and then used a Copic Multiliner to draw in the wires! The panel was then cut down and mounted on fairly thick fun foam for dimension. I stamped my sentiment, from the same stamp set, gave it some color and cut it with a circle die. I added a bit of white Gelly Roll pen to mimic the lights. The base of the card is this beautiful teal cardstock from my stash (I believe it is Prism, due to it's smooth nature) a small strip of light green Bazzill peeks out from behind my watercolored panel to tie the whole card together!
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