I knew that I wanted to color this adorable hippo ice cream vendor and wanted to showcase him on a simple card.
1. Stamp the images in copic friendly ink, and color him in. I used Versafine Black Onyx Ink and colored him in with copic markers. I also added a few accents with a white gel pen.
2. I fussy cut the image out, including the area in the middle of the cart with a craft knife.
3. I grabbed a matching pattern paper from my stash, and looked for one with a simple pattern. Since we don't want to pull attention away from our main image, you want to look for a basic pattern.
4. To really help the image pop, I die cut a piece of white cardstock, and I blended a touch of spun sugar distress ink. I used a post it tape to even off ground level before blending.
5. I adhered the white cardstock directly to my background, and then used foam tape to glue down my images.
Adding diagonal (or uneven) lines to your card can create a visual interest on your card without distracting attention away from your focal point.
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