That title sounds like an exotic delicacy, doesn't it?!! Well, this chocolate dragonfly isn't edible but she sure is pretty accented in coral, isn't she? This sweet Dragonfly stamp is Karen Lockhart's creation. She was stamped with Memento Rich Cocoa ink onto Gina K's Pure Luxury white cardstock and colored with these Copic markers: E25, R20, R22, YR21, W2 and accented with Copic's new Chocolate Atyou Spica glitter pen. She was cut out with Spellbinders Pinking Circle Nestabilities die. The background was Copic airbrushed with YR21 Sketch marker. If you click on the photo below for a larger view, you might be able to see that pretty sparkly chocolate glitter:
The color scheme (apricot, coral & chocolate) came from the "For The Love of Chocolate" Virtual Stamp Night challenge over at SplitcoastStampers.com tonight (Friday). The challenges begin again at noon on Saturday and continue until 11pm. So come on over and join in the fun -- you could even have the chance to win a prize!
I used CPS#103 for the layout of this 5.25" square card. Papertrey Ink's Dark Chocolate cardstock is the base and I just happened to find the challenge color combo in this new mat pad of patterned paper (Me & My Big Ideas) that has been sitting on my desk for a few weeks, unused yet. How lucky was that?!!
The zig-zag trim was made with an EK Success' new edger punch. Papertrey Ink's Birthday Basics sentiment was stamped and die cut with Spellbinders Tags Trio. Machine stitching and Stampin' Up's wide chocolate grosgrain ribbon finish off this card.
I hope you are enjoying the beginning of your weekend!