The sentiment "balance" needed to be large and the best way to do that was down the side. I wanted the letters to look like they were balancing on one another.
For this card, I chose my colors based on the paper. The image is mostly neutrals with only the wrap as any significant color. I knew I would be placing her over the pattern so I decided on a small unobtrusive one with a variety of colors. The color in this card comes mainly from the sentiment.
That's my card for today - now it's time to go eat a cupcake!
- Stamp: Stamping Bella Curvy Girl with Good Balance
- Markers: Stampin' Blends Pool Party Light & Dark, Poppy Parade Light, So Saffron Light; Copic markers BG10, E13, E50, E51, E11, E19, E25, E27, BV20, C00, C0, C1, C3
- Prismacolor pencils: 905, 992,923, 927, 939, 997, 1012, 921, 947, 1063, 1065, 1067
- Cardstock/paper: Stampin' Up! Pool Party, So Saffron, Calypso Coral, Real Red, "I Am Me" patterned paper (retired)
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