Here is her step-by-step process:
"This is what the front looked like when I was done. Don't worry about any creases or imperfections ... they'll be covered by the ink & embossing."
"I inked-up a piece of felt with several reinkers (see supply list below) and started stamping on the foil covered paper."
"Here's a shot of my foam applicator ... I just apply dots randomly."
"This is what the foil looked like when it was completely covered in ink."
I attached the panel to the front of my card base using strong two-sided tape.
The great thing about using your Spectrum Noir inks to create your background is that I was able to use coordinating Spectrum Noir Markers to color several flowers from Sheena's Flower Power set."
"After coloring, I gave them a spray of Spray & Sparkle Iridescent Glitter Varnish for an all-over sparkle I also stamped and colored the leaves from the set and then detail cut every thing. I layered the flowers and leaves with dimensional blue dots and added a few adhesive pearls to the center. This angle lets you see a little of the sparkle on the blooms.
Here are links to the supplies I used for this project: Darice Embossing Folder - Wire Fence; BP6, PP5 & Blender Re-inkers; Sheena's A Little Bit Sketchy - Flower Power; Sheena's A Little Bit Sketchy - Through the Rain; Spray & Sparkle Iridescent Glitter Varnish; Alcohol Ink Blending Felt; and Spectrum Noir Markers.
And the markers I used to color the flowers & leaves:"
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