|Copic marker attempt! Not all bad ^^;;|
Sometime the card itself does not need to be highly decorated. In this example, I merely use two pieces of paper with different colors, punch the corners, and tuck the corner of one piece into the corners. The overlaying paper pieces create effects in themselves. The letterings are done by Sakura Glaze pen.
|Corners done by Kuratake punch|
The following two utilize rubber stamps and some watercolor pencils. I am definitely not an expert at this, so I have been doing different things when I make different cards. In the whale card, I outine the outer shape of the whale, and use a waterbrush to brush over the stroke, then bring some of the pigment to the area that is not colored.
|Marine mammals are usually my favorite choices.|
This fold card is for Little Hummingbird, who will be turning 3 soon. To color the stamped image, I blend several similar tones to create a more textured look and shading.
|Having way too much fun coloring!|
|Inner flap of the card… animal march made of stickers|
|It is proably not entirely visible, I usually draw a cat face with three paws.
In Chinese, a three-paw cat means an amateur, which is befitting to describe my attempt.