Hi everyone! Carisa here from Inky Fairy Designs back with another post for you! First I want to say thank you ALL so much for the incredible comments on my first post—you guys are absolutely why I LOVE this hobby so much!!
For today’s post, I was asked to use a photo for inspiration; it could be from anywhere like a magazine, art, etc. I headed to Pinterest! I searched general categories like art, fashion and even popular to get a completely random group of pins. I saw the image below and immediately knew I had found my inspiration.
Pretty, right?! As soon as I saw it, I remembered a die I had in my stash that was the perfect pattern and I knew I wanted to use my watercolors to create the background. It was instant how I had my idea and I couldn’t wait to get started.
What about you? Where do you look for inspiration in your card making? Do you hop on Pinterest like I did or do you find it somewhere else? I’d love to hear about your favorite places to find inspiration in the comments below! Seriously … I have another photo inspired challenge in a few months and need some ideas. 😉
Supplies used: Recollections white cardstock from Michaels Stores; Artistico Extra White 140lb Hot Press Watercolor Paper from Fabriano; gold glitter adhesive-backed sheets from My Favorite Things; Acts of Kindness stamp set from Hero Arts; black dye ink pad from WPlus9 Design; VersaMark watermark ink pad from IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko; ultra fine embossing powder from Simon Says Stamp; Extra Fine Watercolors from Daniel Smith Inc.; sequins from Pretty Pink Posh; jute twine from May Arts Ribbon; Black Velvet Round 8 watercolor brush from Silver Brush Limited; Cover Plate: Quatrefoil die (#PTD-0205) from Papertrey Ink; Big Shot die-cutting machine from Sizzix; double-sided foam adhesive from 3M; Zots Bling from Therm O Web.