Floating card with Sky’s the limit

today I’m sharing for Polkadoodles a floating card that I’ve created with the digital stamp Sky’s the limit.

I started by printing the stamp out and then I colored it with Copic alcohol markers. The pens I used can you find further down in this blog post.

After that, I start to work with the card base. For the top part of the floating card, I added a patterned paper from the Starfish & sandcastles paper pack and then added some modeling paste through the Heavenly circles stencils. I wanted this part to create an illusion of the sky.

For the bottom part, I painted with white gesso and then added art stones in different sizes. I painted it in brownish colors with watercolors. My intention with this part was to create a part that gives the feeling of sand or a mountain.

I attached the parts to the card base when they had dried.

Next, I created clouds by hand and painted them with gesso, and added a couple of art stones. I added some colors with Distress ink. I also used a cloud sentiment from the Sparkle unicorn sentiment set. I glued the clouds together to attach the bottom and the top part together of the card base.
At the top, I decorated with twine and a white ribbon.

Finally, I attached the colored stamp to the card base. I hope you enjoyed my mixed media floating card.

Have a crafty day!

Coloring with Copics

Skin: E04, E11, E21, E00, E000, R22
Hair: E79, E77, E71
Hair tie: BG13, BG34, BG10
Bow: BG13, BG34, BG10
Dress: RV06, RV04, RV21
Balloon: BG13, BG34, BG10
RV06, RV04, RV21
RV19, RV09, RV17
C7, C5, C3
E18, E15, E13, E11
Clouds: B02, B00, B000

Polkadoodles products used

Other products used

White card base
White ribbon
Blue/white ribbon
Modeling paste
Art stones
Distress ink

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