Glamper Greetings and Watercolor Using Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers

Hi there stampers!  I am just loving this stamp set Glamper Greetings from the Stampin Up 2016 Holiday Catalog.  It is so cute and versatile that I can't stop creating cards with it.  The card I shared Saturday is so different from the one I created for today's post.  To see Saturday's card, you can view that blog post here.

For today's card I wanted to create a mostly black and white card but make one of the campers pop from the background with color.  I started with some Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock because I know I wanted to use my Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers for the coloring.  I cut a piece of Bristol to 4.25 x 5.5 inches and stamped the camper in rows across the entire piece using Stampin Up Archival Basic Black Ink.  I then stamped the camper onto a piece of scrap Bristol with the same ink.
I colored the camper on the scrap piece using several colors from the 48 set of Zig Clean Color Real Brush Markers.  These markers are amazing!  I got mine for a super good deal on Amazon and I've linked to them below.  After coloring the camper, I used my paper snips to fussy cut out the camper and ran a Tombow Dual Tip Marker in black around the edges to give the cut out a finished look.  

I popped the camper up on the front of the card using dimensionals.  I cut down the panel to be slightly smaller than the card base made from an A2 top folding basic black card base.  I then stamped the sentiment from the stamp set in Versamark ink and heat embossed in white emboss powder.  I cut down the sentiment and adhered to the front using more dimensionals.  That finished this quick and easy card!  This would make a great masculine card.




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