Okay, so melon berry and berry sorbet are officially the most difficult colors to photograph! Grr! I promise you that these are the colors! The patterned paper is MAMBI and almost exactly the same color as melon berry. I was so excited!
I had to use my cutie pie Hero Arts butterfly again. Love it! I also used some chestnut Zing embossing powder for the woodgrain circle which was totally awesome. I seriously love that stuff! I also totally loved doing a sketch challenge. It was my first one, but it was really fun! I see more in my future!
I decided to do one of the techniques from Jennifer McGuire’s Two Peas class. She did faux epoxy with UTEE. I don’t have any UTEE, but many layers of clear embossing powder did the trick. I seriously love her class! Three videos a week along with PDFs!!! So incredible! Go check it out at two peas, if you haven’t already!
[Supplies]Paper: Papertrey Ink (dark chocolate, berry sorbet), random Michael’s (cream), Me and My Big Ideas (fashion district)Ink: Versamark, Papertrey Ink (berry sorbet), Stampin’ Up (close to cocoa)Stamps: Hero Arts (heart winged butterfly), A Muse (simple celebrations), Cornish Heritage Farms (wood grain backgrounder)Etc: Papertrey Ink buttons (berry sorbet), American Crafts Zing embossing powder (chestnut), Ranger clear embossing powder, wire