I've just realised I meant to blog this at the start of the week and forgot to make the post live! This is the card I made for Dad for Father's Day. A quick one layer card but one that still has impact, I hope!
The handsome eagle head doesn't need a lot doing to it - just a touch of colour for the beak and eye and a few strokes of grey pencil to shade the head a bit. I masked him and stamped the script at an angle, added some smudged Pan Pastel and then stamped the sentiment (the only father's day one I could find in my stash, as it happens!).
Eagle Profile (Beeswax Stamps)
19th Century French Script (Hero Arts)
Father's Day Centers (CHF, retired)
Paper: smooth white
Onyx Black Versafine by Tsukineko
Stonewashed Adirondack dye ink by Ranger
Prismacolor pencils (yellow and a couple of greys)
Pan Pastel (turquoise)
The theme this week at Pan Pastels UK challenge blog is an open masculine theme so I'm hooking up there.
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