This card is for Sharon's (notimetostamp) weekly challenge, and today's Limited Supply Challenge over at Splitcoast.
Sharon's challenge this week is to stamp on ribbon. I found that you need the right type of ribbon and ink to make this work. The first type of ink that I used on this Stampin' Up taffeta ribbon ran, but my second choice (Versafine Black Onyx) worked just fine. I would have switched ribbon types had it not worked the second time. Trial and error! The sentiment is Stampin' Up's "So Very."
The Limited Supply Challenge was to use chocolate in your design. It doesn't count if you're eating it while you stamp-- just on the card! I pulled out this fun image-- Stampendous "Tiers of Treats." I copic colored it using R46,YG03, YR21,E55,E57,E47, C1, and O. I also used a clear Spica Glitter pen to give the berries a slight sheen.
I used SU "Holiday Treasures" once again, as well as Chocolate Chip and Riding Hood Red textured cardstock. I thought the printed dp looked just like candy sprinkles-- adding an extra "treat" element to this already sweet design.
I accidently grabbed some SU Shimmer White-- I normally do not use SU papers to Copic color on (in my opinion the Whisper White and Very Vanilla do not portray the Copic colors as well as the PaperTrey Ink cardstock) and decided to try it once the image was stamped upon it. It worked just fine, giving a sheen to the finished work. After coloring the image, I used my Nestabilities to diecut the oval shapes and scalloped oval. I finished off the card using my corner punch on two opposite corners.
Have a wonderful weekend! Thanks so much for stopping by!