A wonderful and versatile go-to for backgrounds or a single image, this technique works great with the large scale floral images in all my Stately Flowers sets, as well as A Year of Flowers and A Year of Flowers 2. When you've already invested in ink pads that coordinate with your paper, you really don't need a lot of markers (unless you want them, of course!)
I used the camellia from my Stately Flowers 2. (I love the flowers and greeting in this set.) I am so ready for spring after all the wet rainy weather we've had the past few weeks, and was inspired by some lovely, springy prints in bright colors I saw at the mall recently! It was a good reminder you don't *always* need to have realistic shading as your goal; get a little artsy sometimes and be bolder. Have fun!
Gina K. Designs Stately Flowers 2
Gina K. Black Onyx, Passionate Pink, Sweet Mango ink pads
Gina K. Pure Luxury Sweet Mango (4 1/4" x 11, scored at 5 1/2") and White cardstock (4" x 5 1/4")
Spectrum Noir markers; CG3, CG4, CR10, BP4
Wink of Stella Clear Glitter pen, Scissors , scratch paper, adhesive