Combining fine art rubber stamping, mixed media techniques and paper crafting,these are art forms that I love to share. I like the idea of learning together -- sharing what I learn and learning from what others share.
My card for a friend who recently lost her husband unexpectedly. My first inclination was to color the image with watercolors. My mind was scattered. I decided to rely on my Prismacolor colored pencils. I stamped the image with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with white embossing powder. I colored in with my colored pencils. I've always loved how the pencil colors really come out on black paper. Using an A6 black card, rub your embossing buddy* over the entire surface of the
I wanted more of a monochromatic type of card design. This came out a little more "colorful" than I had intended. However, I like how the brown tones and green tones came together. Penny Black Stamps: Sweet Perfume 40-464 Heartfelt 30-286 (sentiment) Prismacolor Colored Pencils Sakura Glaze Pens Tsukineko VersaFine ink in Vintage Sepia Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment Banners Die LF1139 Elizabeth Craft Designs' Shimmer Sheetz! (accent panel) Velvet Paper by SEI (base panel) Conqu
I've learned . . . time is certainly a precious commodity that cannot be turned back to do over. I've been wanting to color something and use a simple coloring style. I went to my Penny Black stamp stash and came up with this wonderful stamp. Penny Black Stamps: Centerpiece 40-388 Heartfelt 30-286 Die-namics Steel Dies by My Favorite Things: Inside/Out Stitch Oval MFT-846 White Linen Heavy Card Stock in White (base card & cover panel) Pop Tones card stock in sour apple (mat p