For this card, I began by stamping the new Vintage Apple Stamp, in a light colored ink for some no line coloring. I colored in the image using Prismacolor Pencils, before die cutting the colored image with the Coordinating Die.
To create the background, I taped the Funky Leaves Stencil over a piece of white card stock, and blended Bundled Sage Distress Oxide Ink through, using a Life Changing Blender Brush. I matted the white panel onto a piece of kraft card stock, and then adhered the Vintage Apple image withfoam tape.
The card front was then attached to a white card base, and as a finishing touch, Gin & Tonic Sequinswere adhered.
This is one of those stamps, that you can put as much effort into coloring as you like. The shading is already part of the stamp, so you can stamp it in a darker ink color, and just one color, or you can stamp it as a no line image - as I did here - and simply use the shading as a guide to color to your heart's content.