Today, I’m sharing rose wallpaper cards in 3 colorways. Two cards are Copic colored and the last is printed on vellum for an elegant look. All feature a rose botanical digital stamp by Sophia J Caldwell.
YouTube Tutorial | Rose Wallpaper Cards in 3 Colorways
In this video tutorial, I Copic color on white and yellow cardstock and print on vellum. Join me to see these 3 colorways come to life. Watch here or in HD on YouTube.
Rose Botanical Digital Stamp
Sophia gifted this lovely stamp to me and I was so excited to color it, I made 3 versions.
I had insomnia one night and binge-watched some Yana Smakula videos. In this video, Yana Copic colored a dark background and I wanted to give it a whirl.
Pink, Yellow, & Green Colorway
The rose digital stamp was enlarged to cover an A2 sized panel and printed on Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80lb, Royal Sundance Sunflower Cardstock, and vellum.
First, I colored the white cardstock background with Copic marker R85. I chose this marker simply because I hadn’t used it before so I knew it would be good and juicy to cover the whole background.
Next, I colored the leaves with YG03, YG63, and YG67. Finally, I colored the roses with YR24, Y26, Y13, Y28, and E19.
For the sentiment, I colored a scrap of white cardstock with R85 and die cut it with CZ Design Thanks Wafer Die from Simon Says Stamp. I cut the coordinating shadow from black cardstock.
Red, Gold, and Teal Colorway on Sunflower Cardstock
The first one turned out great, so I want to try it again on colored cardstock. Enjoying the yellow roses, I chose Royal Sundance Sunflower cardstock for my panel.
Initially, I colored the background with R14. That shade of coral didn’t sit right with me so I coved it with R29 for a rich red.
The leaves are BG78, BG75, and BG72. The colored cardstock dulls the Copic markers a bit and to add to the antique feel I darkened the roses. I colored the roses with E79, YR24, E23, YR23, and Y32.
This hello die-cut is Altenew Hello & Hugs Die Set. I cut the shadow from black cardstock and the hello from sunflower cardstock. I used yellow Copics to add a gradient to the die-cut hello.
Stardream Metallic Coral, Black, & Vellum Colorway
All of that coloring took place in one sitting, so for the last card, I opted for clean and simple printed vellum. This card would be perfect for invitations, save the dates, and other elegant occasions.
My photos don’t do the Stardream Metallic Coral cardstock justice. It’s the softest, most dreamy coral color. This lovely color sets of the black laser printing on the vellum beautifully!
Just look at the fine detail of this stamp, amazing! Once again, I cut the shadow from black cardstock and the sentiment is cut from Stardream Metallic Coral.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed these projects inspired by Yana Smakula’s video and Sophia J Caldwell’s beautiful rose digital stamp.
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