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Us crafters know that it isn’t just about the finished result. One of the best things about being a maker is the process, so sit back with your digi stamps and favourite pens, and simply enjoy a spot of colouring. It’s not something that can be rushed anyway! Kitty has used realistic hues to colour in her chosen motifs – we love the richness of that dark pink rose. Don’t forget to increase the pressure of your nib – or use a slightly darker shade – towards the centre of each flower.
Doily it up
Consider what you’re going to pair your coloured-in digi stamps with. For these springtime makes, Kitty has used a myriad of layers, including a couple of paper doilies and doily-esque ribbon. Not only do they apply a faux die-cut look, but they add texture and a vintage aesthetic too.
To create a floral scene, you don’t have to make up every element such as blades of grass and gleaming sunbeams. For the ‘Spring is in the air’ greeting, Kitty simply blended green and blue inks to imitate a field and sky, before adhering three flowers and drawing stems in green pen. Ta-da!
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