Hello Altenew friends! This is Virginia here. White cardstock is the most basic supplies we have in our craft stash. Today I am sharing a project that uses only white cardstock. If you love colors and details, you must check out today's post. With simple color-layering, you can easily build up a bright and colorful design.
First, let's get inky with the white cardstock (Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock-110 lb). I treated it as a white canvas and started adding my first layer of color-blue. You can choose any of the Altenew sets of ink. I find it therapeutic to ink-blend the Glacier Caves Crisp Dye Ink with Mini Blending Brush Set. Thanks to the super fine brushes, you will not get any harsh lines with the ink-blending.
Apply Washi Tape
You can get “inky” without the inky mess! I applied two strips of Gold Foil 1Inch Washi Tape across the Classic Crest Solar White Cardstock-80lb). I then die cut it with the newly released Simple Shape Cover Die. This is the fast and easy way to add shine to your cover die.
Now it's time to die cut and color the Painted Blooms Die Set. You can do ink-blending with these dies. I decided to color them with the Nature's View Artist Markers. I color-layered with each petal and leaves by using various ink with great contrast. You do not need to be a color expert to do this. Simply get your Artist Markers out (preferably in 3 shades) and start coloring!
After coloring, I then arranged the flowers and leaves to my liking. You can now see the various depth and textures with each color and layering. For the sentiment (PAF-African Daisy), I white-embossed “thanks” ( Pure White Embossing Powder) over Jet Black Cardstock.