While the panel was drying, I stamped all my images using Copic-friendly ink and then colored them in with my Copic markers.
I added Glossy Accents to the middle of each of the bottles to give them the illusion of liquid. It’s hard to see in the photos so here’s a close-up picture to give you the idea:
Once my panel was dry, I removed the Post-It mask and heat embossed my sentiment in the bottom part of the panel. I trimmed the panel and popped it up on my card front using foam adhesive.
I arranged my potion bottles on the shelves, then popped those up using foam adhesive for even more dimension.
And lastly, I added some sequins from the Mint Chip sequin mix to give the card a little more sparkle and make the liquid potions stand out.
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