Be My Galentine by Sharna

Be My Galentine by Sharna

Posted by Sharna Waksmulski on

Step 1: I found some light pink cardstock in my stash that was just a few shades lighter than my worn lipstick distress ink. This time it is ink, and not oxide. I used a regular foam blending tool and brought the Worn Lipstick in around the edges to create a spotlight effect.

Step 2: I then splattered the whole panel with white paint. I kept it heavy around the edges.

Step 3: Cupid, the birds and the little cloud I colored with Copics.

- I wanted a little redheaded cupid (because I'm a redhead!) So I used some YR24, YR21 & YR30 for the hair.

- The skin is E11, E00 & E00 with a few dots of YR24 for freckles above his nose.

- I added a little R11 for the cheeks and white pen details.

- The wings are outlined with a touch of N2 and the birds, cloud, cupids undies and arrow are all done with R20, R11 & R00 and a light glaze of RV00 over top to try and match the background a bit more since Rs are more on the peachy side.

Step 4: I white heat embossed the sentiment on some black cardstock.

Step 5: Lastly I added a little silver confetti heart to the cloud.

Instagram: @sharna.waksmulski

Products Used:

Avery Elle Clear Stamps - Cupids - SKU: ST-19-40

Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad Worn Lipstick - SKU: TDO-56362

Ranger Mini Ink Blending Tool - SKU: IBT40965

Copic Opaque Pigment Paint White - SKU: COPQBRSH

Lawn Fawn Embossing Powder - White - SKU: LF1537

Copic Markers

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