I really LOVE my Copic markers, but usually use them with line art images and Memento ink. I decided to try them with something a little different for today's Dreamweaver Thursday Tutorial on the Paper Craft Planet blog. I really love how it turned out! The colors look so soft and transparent on the subtle texture of the embossing.
My other fun find for this project was a 4-inch square artist's board block from Michael's. It has a smooth texture that I painted with Tim Holtz distress crackle paint and sponged with distress inks. I had never seen this product before, but I'll be looking for them again because they are so easy to work with!
Prima "Parfait" designer paper from the Madeline Collection
artist block from Michael's
Tim Holtz worn lipstick crackle paint
May Arts ribbon, twine
EK success swirl punch