Things with Wings – Vera Lane Studio

This week on Vera :Lane we are celebrating things with wings….and if something hasn’t got any wings, then we just add a set!! I have a fantastic project lined up for my regular Friday post, but today I am sharing a pair of cards featuring the gorgeous ladies from The Organics set. I gave them butterfly wings from the Wings accessory set and created a funky background using Distress Oxide inks and a fun flower stamp:

Once my inky background was dry I used Versamark ink to stamp the Doodle Flower then embossed with pastel shades of embossing powder. I added a little extra detail with a white gel pen. The images are coloured with Copics and Brushmarkers. Some Tiny Talk stickers from Cosmo Cricket finshed the cards.

Wings for things - set of four digi stamp wings The Organics - two whimsical garden gals with accent images and a sentiment - five digi stamp set available for instant download


Joggles Cling Mounted Rubber Stamp – Doodle Flower #1 [56746]

Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Worn LipstickTim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Wilted VioletTim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Fossilized AmberTim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Cracked PistachioTim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad - Broken China

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2 Replies to “Things with Wings – Vera Lane Studio”

  1. Beautiful! One thing I am always unsure of when using the various inks is what paper/card stock to use. What do you use? That seems to make such a difference in getting the desire result. Keep up the good work!

    1. Thankyou! Sadly, I can’t really help you with cardstock as I tend to pick up various unbranded ones for my backgrounds. Some work better than others. I find Mixed Media paper (in a pad from an art shop) works well with anything very wet (ink sprays, water spritzing, watercolours) and is smoother than watercolour card. For printing I use Crafters Companion Neenah card as it is great for alcohol markers.

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