I don't know about you, but I have really enjoyed the show The Witcher. (The books are also now on my long list of books to read.) Not only is Geralt nice on the eyes, but the story is fun to follow. I love high fantasy (apparently) and all things magic. Beat.Paper just released a digital set of the main characters both on her website--Witcher and Friends--and in her Etsy Shop--Magic and Adventures Superhero Videogame Series. (Note: The set is much cheaper on her website vs. Etsy.)
I printed this duo, a trio of coins, and sentiments then colored with Spectrum Noir TriBlend alcohol markers. Bety told me she designed them to look more like the video game characters than the TV series, so I tried to capture the bard Jaskier to better match the videogame. I die cut two rolodex cards (from Jaded Blossom) from a beautiful linen like paper and another from a scrap of kraft. Then, I die cut strips of vellum with the treeline, trimming so it fit above the notches at the bottom but keeping the tops of the trees below the top of the card. I tucked the edges of the vellum behind the front panel and adhered. Then I glued on the back kraft panel to hold the vellum in place and strengthen the card overall. I really love them and hope you do too.
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