I didn't have all the supplies she used, but I certainly have a stash to pull from. :o) For me, that's one of the wonderful things about art - you can use what you have to get the results you want with your own spin on it. Now, that's not to say I have not bought art supplies just cause I saw it on a blog, Youtube, Facebook, in store.... because I certainly have. :)
I started by laying down color with my 2" brayer and chalk ink pads onto ultra smooth cardstock. The 2" brayer works well for this size paper. I have the cateye size ink pads. Brayering would have gone much faster if I had the larger ink pads. :)
Next, I added color with a variety of paints, drying in between layers with a heat tool.
Added (1) black and white strips of paper (printed out from my computer. I just opened up a document and added lines) and strips of a gelli print I previously made, (2) stamping using images from Cornish Heritage Farms and Crafter's Companion, with VersaFine ink pads & LUXE ink pads. I also used a small dauber and plastic with the LUXE ink pads to add some design elements.
On the inside I added the small piece of the design paper that I had trimmed.
It was a lot of fun going through the creative process - hanging in there and building more color through the 'ugly' stages. :o) There's so many possibilities! So many different ways to color and add design elements! I'm going do it again. I hope you'll try too!
Take care and STAY POSITIVE!